Yes we should have better gun control laws, according to Brian Duignan, in the United States mass murders committed with guns are so frequent that the vast majority of them are not even mentioned in mainstream media outlets. Those that happen to be massive enough to gain national attention typically spark a short debate about the need for stricter gun control. If we define gun control’ it is the regulation of the sale and use of firearms. Fire arms as in rifles, pistols, or other portable guns.
According to Katherine Schaeffer, overall, the share of Americans who say gun laws in the U.S. should be made stricter has increased from 52% in 2017 to 60% this year, according to a survey conducted in September. The share of Democrats who support stricter gun laws has risen 11 percentage points since 2017, while there has been a 7-point increase in support among Republicans.
While more Democrats favor a ban on assault weapons now then did so two years ago, slightly fewer Republicans support such a ban than in 2017.
Majorities in most demographic groups say gun laws in the U.S should be stricter than they are currently. However, there are gender and educational differences, nearly two-thirds of women favor stricter gun laws.
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