3 in 4 Kansas Poll Respondents Oppose New Gun Law
But when Wingnuts and Zealots rule, what the people want doesn’t matter.
Three-fourths of Kansans responding to a poll oppose legislation signed by Gov. Sam Brownback that allows people to carry concealed weapons without a permit or training.
The results are part of the annual Kansas Speaks survey conducted by the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University.
They show that 75 percent of respondents oppose the new law that will enable people over the age of 21 to carry a concealed firearm without a permit or state-mandated training starting in July.
The random sample survey of 519 Kansans was conducted between March 23 and April 1 and has a margin of error of 4.4 percentage points.