Florida poll on open carry

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  1. retired grunt

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  2. GunsForSale.com

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    Thanks for posting this. I added my vote, and passed it along via Twitter and Facebook.

    Rock the vote, right?
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    Wow. 43% voted no. Just because I wouldn't personally open carry doesn't mean I can decide if it is someone else's right to open carry.
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    Wow. Somebody must hit it hard. In 45 minutes it went from 43% NO to 58% NO.

    Or did you, maybe, look at the wrong line, Hogger?
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    58% no 42% yes 5357 votes
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    5678 votes 60% against 40% for someone just hit it hard in a negative way
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    I bet I was looking at the wrong line. Sorry for the confusion. I voted in favor of open carry though I am sure of that.

    Edit: I was just on it and voted for it again and it said 51% yes, 49% no.
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  8. denny 714

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    49% - no

    51% - yes
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    59% - no
    41% - yes just now.

    The wording of the poll is rather interesting.

    Pops
  10. Alpo

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    I liked the way they phrased it. The "for" line is definitely pro-gun and pro-carry, while the "against" line is definitely anti-gun. There should not be any confusion there.

    Unlike the ones that say things like, "The US Constitution gives me the right to own a gun". No it doesn't. The 2nd does not "give" me the right. It acknowledges and recognizes my right. There's a difference.
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    They are hitting the no way hard 63% vs 37%.
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    Should you register your firearms?

    delete.
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  13. hogger129

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    some anti-gun loser is probably relentlessly hitting 'no.'
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    Back in the 80's certain parts of Miami had open carry due to the influx of Cubans from the boat lift. It really was the wild west for a time and alot of business was lost because of the fear of guns.
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    Here is what the Poll reflects as of now....... looking better today.


    What do you think? Should Floridians be allowed to carry weapons openly?

    45% for No way (7551 responses).

    55% for Absolutely yes (9196 responses).

    16747 total responses
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