Should gun-control laws in Pennsylvania be stricter? A poll released this morning of voters in the Keystone State show they overwhelmingly say yes.
The gun-control laws need to be stronger, 57 percent said in the latest Quinnipiac University poll of 1,221 Pennsylvanians who are registered to vote.
Four percent said the laws need to be relaxed and 35 percent favor keeping current state laws.
Nationally, gun-control laws should be stricter, 60 percent of the Pennsylvania voters said. Five percent said they should be less strict and 32 percent favor keeping current laws.
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette