Many feel safer living in an "armed" neighborhood
An overwhelming 7 in 10 Americans say they would feel safer living in a neighborhood where individuals could own a gun for self defense.
Some say this is the latest indication that support for comprehensive gun control is fading.
Rasmussen Reports found that 68% of voters polled said they'd feel safer in an armed neighborhood. Just 23% said they'd feel safer in "a neighborhood where nobody was allowed to own a gun."