IOW, if you don't like the conclusions then just blame statistics. If you DO like them, then tell us how great, how SCIENTIFIC statistics are.<quoted text>That is the talking point. But, in reality, 90% of those polled support expanded background checks. That is 1,110 people. Less than 0.000005% of Americans. Which probably blows the 90% of all Americans claim out of the water.
If 90% of ALL Americans wanted expanded background checks Senator's phones, Email & snail mail would have been swamped. None of this happened. So the agenda belongs to the push pull poll buyers (as with ANY poll). Lies, damn lies & statistics.
LOL (shaking head)