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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Pat4x4, Dec 31, 2012.

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  1. Pat4x4

    Pat4x4 Member

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  2. jmace57

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    working 92% against! Keep it up all.
     
  3. gfpd707

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    I voted about 15 times. The site does not remember your IP address.

    MODERATOR NOTE: It is not acceptable to vote more than once in a poll. It is not consistent with the principles of The High Road.
     
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  4. mmorris

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    See below (from website):

    SURVEY RESULTS

    Survey started on 12/19/2012.
    The last response was on 12-31-2012 22:04.

    Do you think increasing regulations on gun ownership should be a top priority in Congress?
    Yes 0.6% 14 Votes
    No 99.2% 2203 Votes
    Not Sure 0.2% 4 Votes
    Total: 2221 Votes

    it was 2203 before I voted.
     
  5. Mr.454

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    Hit it. If you guys see any more post em.
     
  6. Pat4x4

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    It is a good one too.. a reps. Sight
     
  7. USAF_Vet

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    That's odd. You posted about 25 minutes before me, and the numbers I got were:
    SURVEY RESULTS

    Survey started on 12/19/2012.
    The last response was on 12-31-2012 22:29.

    Do you think increasing regulations on gun ownership should be a top priority in Congress?
    Yes 0.6% 7 Votes
    No 99.1% 1165 Votes
    Not Sure 0.2% 2 Votes
    Total: 1175 Votes
     
  8. blkbrd666

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    Just hit it and the total shows 1162 "No" votes???

    Looks like the more you vote, the lower the count gets!
     
  9. MachIVshooter

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    This should serve as a stark reminder that regardless of general public opinion, there are only two groups who care enough about the issue to write congresscritters and seek out voting records and polls, and who vote accordingly after many years. One of these groups is MUCH larger than the other......
     
  10. ATBackPackin

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    I think they are resetting the poll in hopes to get the response they want. Look at the results from when I voted and the one from Morris.
     

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  11. blkbrd666

    blkbrd666 Member

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    Maybe there's a scheduled task deleting duplicate IPs.
     
  12. 05kas05

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    just hit it

    this is what it said

    Survey started on 12/19/2012.
    The last response was on 12-31-2012 22:56.

    Do you think increasing regulations on gun ownership should be a top priority in Congress?

    Yes 0.5% 14 Votes
    No 99.3% 2637 Votes
    Not Sure 0.2% 4 Votes
    Total: 2655 Votes
     
  13. larryh1108

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    Just voted once or twice.
    : )

    SURVEY RESULTS
    Survey started on 12/19/2012.
    The last response was on 12-31-2012 22:58.

    Do you think increasing regulations on gun ownership should be a top priority in Congress?


    Yes 0.5% 14 Votes
    No 99.3% 2656 Votes
    Not Sure 0.1% 4 Votes
    Total: 2674 Votes
     
  14. Mosbyranger

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    Done x3
    MR
     
  15. XD Fan

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    Done.
     
  16. Librarian

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    The poll is amusing.

    Davis is a D from San Diego.

    The total vote numbers have been ranging from about 700 when I first voted to 4000+ - sort of randomly.

    Don't expect anyone to take this seriously.
     
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    This is how it goes now................

    Survey started on 12/19/2012.
    The last response was on 01-01-2013 09:03.

    Do you think increasing regulations on gun ownership should be a top priority in Congress?
    Yes 0.5% 26 Votes
    No 99.3% 5172 Votes
    Not Sure 0.2% 11 Votes
    Total: 5209 Votes
     
  19. scaatylobo

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    Sadly

    I doubt that any c**********n politician will bother to heed a poll that is not to their liking.

    If this were true,then all would just need a national poll and be done with it.

    After all,we are supposed to be based on the will of the people / majority = no ?.
     
  20. SuperNaut

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    No, that would be Democracy/Mob Rule. We are a Representative Republic.
     
  21. NavyLCDR

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    HAHAHA!

    6,592 votes NO
    12 Votes YES
    9 Votes UNDECIDED
     
  22. deadin

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    Hey guys, If you are going to multi-post to a poll, at least don't then go out and brag about it. All that does is to confirm that the counts are meaningless and gives credence to the anti's that pro-gunners are cheaters and makes any argument we use suspect.....:banghead:
     
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    Haha, 3,742 votes for no, 12 votes for yes. Hope this sends a strong message.
     
  24. rodinal220

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    Wow 4662 gun owners voted,what a shame,should be 60 million plus.Where is everybody??
     
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    No vote casted...
     
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