Americans are split in their attitude toward the National Rifle Association.

40% of Americans feel positively about the National Rifle Association while 41% feel negatively.

50% of us believe the government will not do enough to regulate access to firearms while 45% say the government will go too far.

89% support expanding background checks to all firearm sales and transfers.

63% support banning the sale of selected semi-automatic firearms referred to as assault weapons. This is up from 51% in June 2016.

75% oppose banning the sale of handguns.

52% disapprove/36% approve of the way President Trump is handling the aftermath of the recent mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.

60% of us believe responsibility for these mass shooting is the fact that assault and military-style firearms are legal to purchase. [NBC/WSJ 8/14/19]

72% say individuals should have to obtain a license before being able to purchase a gun.

61% support banning the purchase of high-capacity ammunition magazines.

72% support the creation of a national red flag law, allowing a judge to temporarily remove guns from a person who may be a danger to others or themselves. [NewsHour/Marist poll 9/8/19]