U.S. Remains Divided Over Passing Stricter Gun Laws

Opposition to banning handgun ownership remains at record-high 74%

PRINCETON, NJ — Nearly a year after the Newtown, Conn., school shootings spawned considerable U.S. debate about passing stricter gun control laws, almost half of Americans believe the laws covering the sale of firearms should be strengthened and half say they should stay the same or be less strict.

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