A new poll by Public Policy Polling finds that voters are turning against the NRA and its policies. An endorsement from NRA is no longer seen as a positive.
Raleigh, N.C. – Much has been made in recent weeks about the NRA's political strength,According to Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling:
but PPP's newest national poll finds more voters consider their endorsement to be a
negative than a positive. 39% say they would be less likely to vote for a candidate who
had the NRA's support to just 26% who say they'd be more likely to, with 32% saying it
wouldn't influence them one way or the other. Among independents 41% consider an
NRA endorsement to be a turn off to 27% who say it's a plus.
“Politicians really don’t have to be scared of the NRA. Voters consider its support to be a negative thing.”This is the beginning of the end of the NRA. Praises be!
Those who see the gun as being necessary for fundamental human survival are on the wrong side of history. Despite the sound and fury, theirs is a losing battle.
When the Huffington Post contacted the NRA about this new finding, they responded with this:
"there are a lot of former elected officials who would disagree with this poll."Yes, former. We will pry your cold, clammy fingers off our elected officials.
We are winning this fight!