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CCW on campus poll

Discussion in 'Activism' started by 19-3Ben, Nov 17, 2008.

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  1. 19-3Ben

    19-3Ben Member

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    We're losing badly. 45% to 55%.

    Go hit it up. I'm just posting the URL here. Copy and paste into your address bar so that it doesn't get traced back here to us.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27706201/
     
  2. indoorsoccerfrea

    indoorsoccerfrea Member

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    come on guys
     
  3. gvnwst

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    1 more percent for us, not a lot though.....
     
  4. savage116

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    I just voted and it is 46% us and 54% for the naysayers that don't know what they are talking about. Oh and I copy and pasted the address so don't worry.
     
  5. cbrgator

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    47% : 53%

    its msnbc... their website viewership is slightly skewed, id be shocked if this poll came down on our side
     
  6. mljdeckard

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    48 now.
     
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    Just voted... we are closing in at 48% to 52%
     
  8. Heavy Metal Hero

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    Do these polls even make a difference to us? Why is there such a fuss over them?
     
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    i would think that anything we can do to raise awareness of the fact that we support gun rights would make a difference.
     
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    49% to 51%....of course,it's MSNBC....
     
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    50% / 50%
     
  12. mljdeckard

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    51%, everyone vote.
     
  13. david_the_greek

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    51% to 49%. We need to widen the gap!
     
  14. Frightener 88

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    53% - 47%

    i did my part
     
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    With a positive result being shown, the survey will never see the light of day, it does not adhere to the liberal agenda. Come to think of it, I dont beleive I have EVER seen the results of one of these surveys make it to the light of day. :scrutiny:
     
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    WE ARE WINNING!!!!!
    55% us 45% them
     
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    Voted and passed the link on to some others that believe in the 2nd amendment and ccw....

    Let's get their panties in a bunch....
     
  18. RX-178

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    A positive result not making the light of day is still better than a negative result being publicized nationwide.
     
  19. Axess Denyd

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    57% in favor now.
     
  20. Juna

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    We're winning still... 57%
     
  21. 19-3Ben

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    Winning 60/40. This is why I came over here from thr.us. Well done guys.
     
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    Ah, nothing like a scientific poll to gauge public opinion!
     
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    Oooh, now this is something I'm quite passionate about. I hear Texas has some strong buy-in and is very likely on the verge of legalizing it, come this spring.

    Also, I just wanted to say, I respect them for the way they worded the poll:
    "Should holders of valid permits to carry concealed weapons be allowed to take their guns on college campuses?"

    Often, it's so misleadingly worded as, "Should students be allowed to take their guns on college campuses?"

    61%-39%. Not bad.
     
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    I find the wording of the No option interesting.

    Confusing officers? The officers that cannot even physically be there? If there's one thing that was learned from Va Tech (and all police departments now acknowledge this) is that an active shooter takes very little time and once he runs into what he believes to be true resistance, he will kill himself.

    I'm thinking that an officer won't be able to respond in time to even be "confused" by CCW holders. I suppose a valid concern, but the holders (hopefully) wouldn't be roaming the halls and buildings shooting multiple groups.
     
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