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Zogby Interactive: Less Than 40% Believe Shootings Will Change Political Tone; Majorities Say Politics Did Not Motivate Shooter

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Majorities Both Oppose & Don't Expect More Gun Control Laws

Also, 60% say the shootings should not lead to stronger gun control laws, and 71% doubt stricter laws will be enacted.

Here are results of the survey for all voters, as well as for Democrats, Republicans and independents. Totals in tables may not add up to 100% due to rounding.

Do you believe that politicians bear some responsibility for the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the other people in Tucson, AZ due to the language and images they use against other politicians?

Response

All Voters

Democrats

Republicans

Independents

Yes

38%

71%

8%

34%

No

56%

19%

89%

59%

Not sure

7%

10%

3%

7%

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