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Over the last year, Americans for Responsible Solutions commissioned considerable research to understand the attitudes and opinions of Americans on guns and gun violence. This research, including surveys and focus groups, focused primarily on swing and Republican leaning states. While strong majorities in every state have supported some tighter gun policies, women in particular advocate broader changes and support stronger laws.

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By Dennis Kelleher, Better Markets and Anna Greenberg, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research. 

 

Pundits have blamed Eric Cantor’s shocking upset in the Virginia 7th District Republican primary on many things, from immigration, to the broader alienation of “establishment” Republicans from their activist, Tea Party base, to Cantor’s poor performance minding his own district. But challenger David Brat put the coddling of big banks and Wall Street at the center of his campaign. For example, in a radio interview last month, Brat said:

 

“The crooks up on Wall Street and some of the big banks — I'm pro-business, I'm just talking about the crooks — they didn't go to jail, they are on Eric's Rolodex."

 

In his campaign, Brat emphasized corruption, bailouts and Wall Street as much as immigration and other issues.

California’s primary election is in the books and the focus now shifts to the general election in November. The most recent University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and Los Angeles Times statewide poll, conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (researchers were Drew Lieberman and Scott Tiell) and American Viewpoint, addresses Governor Brown’s standing and several key issues facing the state.  

In Case You Missed It: USC Dornsife’s earlier release highlighting the accuracy of the most recent USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Poll, conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and American Viewpoint:

 

The USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll was the most accurate statewide poll in reflecting the outcome of yesterday's California gubernatorial primary, correctly predicting businessman Neel Kashkari's second-place finish in the race to determine who will compete for the state's highest office.

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Despite a well-known gun history and culture in the state, Texans support a range of stronger gun laws, from background checks to requiring domestic abusers and stalkers to turn in their guns. As research has shown in other red and purple states, voters fundamentally believe that protecting people from violence and protecting their right to own a gun are not mutually exclusive goals, with 76 percent saying it is possible to do both in Texas.