by Chris Eger, Guns.com:
Fifty-five percent of Americans said they were not pleased with current U.S. gun laws, the highest figure since 2001, according to a recent Gallup poll.
The survey was part of Gallup’s annual ‘Mood of the Nation’ survey, which measures 19 different issues.
The poll found that Americans were the most satisfied with the nation’s military and least with its ability to control poverty, homelessness and the economy.
When Gallup’s pollsters asked people if they were satisfied with current U.S. gun laws and policies, 55 percent of Americans surveyed were “dissatisfied” compared with only 40 percent who were “satisfied.”
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