And that’s according to the deck-stackers at the Washington Post. Read:
A plurality of Americans–47%–say they are either “angry” or “disappointed” with the Senate’s action on gun legislation, far different from the amount of people who strongly approved the proposal before the vote. Meanwhile, 39% say they are “relieved” or “happy” about the vote.
Maybe the President’s post-vote temper tantrum had something to do with the previous “90% support” getting cut very nearly in half.