Lmao! Polls are irrelevant. Polls can be manipulated to say anything someone wants them to say, by the wording of the questions, limiting answer options, choosing certain pools of people to poll in the first place, and leading the polled group.<quoted text>Nope.
Let's type in "90 percent" and see what google finds...
"Despite concerns about how information on gun owners might be used, 91 percent of registered voters support universal background checks, according to a new poll released on Thursday.
Only 8 percent of voters surveyed by Quinnipiac University's Polling Institute March 26 to April 1 stated opposition to universal background checkssomething the White House, many Democrats in Congress and and gun-violence opponents are pushing in the wake of the December shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. In households with guns, 88 percent of respondents expressed support for checks."
First of many.
It shows just how willing Democrats are to be led around by the nose, when they buy into such ridiculous numbers from a poll, as fact.