Go take the poll on MSN: would you rather eat at a place that allows or forbids guns?

Go take the poll on MSN: would you rather eat at a place that allows or forbids guns?

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    Go take the poll on MSN: would you rather eat at a place that allows or forbids guns?

    Go to msn.com, look for the poll about half way down.

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    Forbids at 49%, allowed or doesn't care at 51%.
    "Preparation and mindset are everything. Allowing one's mouth to write checks that one's butt is unable or unwilling to cash is foolish."

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    Done. Twice. Here is an opportunity to send a message. Take advantage of it people.
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    To get those predetermined results preselecting your polled population is a requirement. If you polled the population at large I think the results would be better ie more oriented towards carry. I was trained to preselect my population along with ways of wording the question etc. to skew results in the direction you seek. We were also taught though I already realized it this is unethical.

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    Are you kidding me? The same people who votes a restaurant that bans will be the same ones crying concerning the crime rate in their communities is to high.

    Would you prefer to go to an eatery that allows guns, or one that bans them?

    24 % A restaurant that allows guns. 67,494 votes
    49 % A restaurant that bans guns. 136,216 votes
    26 % Either is fine with me. 73,313 votes
    1 % I'm not sure. 3,827 votes

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    I prefer restaurants that do not allow whining complaining self-righteous arugula tofu munchers that are idiots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by medmunds21 View Post
    The same people who votes a restaurant that bans will be the same ones crying concerning the crime rate in their communities is to high.
    And what do the two have to do with each other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Forbids at 49%, allowed or doesn't care at 51%.
    MSN poll what else would you expect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    MSN poll what else would you expect.
    I would expect similar results, plus or minus, on any similarly-worded survey presented to the general public.
    "Preparation and mindset are everything. Allowing one's mouth to write checks that one's butt is unable or unwilling to cash is foolish."

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    49% of readers prefer to eat in a restaurant where they know the only person armed is the guy robbing the place.

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    The question is skewed,,,, I would not eat at all
    at one that does not allow carry.


    Everyone should go and vote,,,, on the
    CRAZY NUTTY NETWORK.

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    24% allows

    49% bans

    26% either is fine

    1% not sure
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    I don't put any value in the polls.No one knows how truthful people will really be when they take them..That said,i've not seen the 1st sign in any places i eat at.

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    I think that Diner in Pulp Fiction had a no gun policy and it seemed to work there.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enzo411 View Post
    I think that Diner in Pulp Fiction had a no gun policy and it seemed to work there.....
    Technically that place was getting robbed and a patron with a gun stopped the robbery. We be praising ol' Jules on this website if it made The Blaze. He's a bad mamma jamma.
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