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Here's another poll, we are barely ahead, "Guns in government meetings"

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    That's more like it.


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    Yes 67.32%
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    Done. 68% for it.

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    Should firearms be allowed at public government meetings?
    Yes 2173 (68.51%)
    No 999 (31.49%)
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    I don't see the answer, "Yes, guns should be allowed...just not for the politicians!"

    Yes: 2176 to 999.
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    Voted yes. Where SHOULD guns be allowed? Where you don't need them? We need them everywhere.
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    68.7 to 31.3 in favor.
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    Should firearms be allowed at public government meetings?
    Yes 2202 (68.79%)
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    Should firearms be allowed at public government meetings?
    Yes 2213 (68.90%)
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    Should firearms be allowed at public government meetings?
    Yes 2220 (68.97%)
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    Should firearms be allowed at public government meetings?
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    Should firearms be allowed at public government meetings?
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