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Pew Survey: Police Support Gun Rights over Gun Control by 3 to 1 Margin

January 30, 2017

AP/Craig Ruttle

According to a Pew Survey released Jan 11, 2017 that surveyed 8000 police officers from departments larger than 100 officers; 74 percent of American Police officers believe it’s most important to “protect the right of Americans to own guns,”.  Interestingly among the general public, only 54% of Americans believe the same thing.  This means the law enforcement community have an even greater appreciation for American Second Amendment rights than the citizens themselves.

 

Read the full study below.

Pew Police Survey 2017

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