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NRA Endorsements Do More Harm Than Good

Public Policy Polling shows getting an endorsement from the National Rifle Association doesn’t help.

When asked ïf they would be more or less likely to vote for a candidate supported by the National Rifle Association, 39% said they would be less likely, to just 26% who would be more likely…

Among independents 41% consider an NRA endorsement to be a turn off to 27% who say it’s a plus.

Among self-described moderates, 48% are less likely to vote for an NRA-supported candidate, versus only 15% who are more likely. There’s even some bad news in the Republican column, where 42% said they were more likely to vote for an NRA-backed candidate, but 45% said it would make no difference.

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Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.


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