No surprise there being that the majority of their funded groups have little or no membership. Case in point, the ICHV, who have received over 1.8 million in Joyce grants recently lamented on their website that numerous politicians opposed several anti-gun bills due to numerous calls from constituents. This resulted in the bills failing.
Since it is apparently beyond their comprehension that local organizations and groups could arrange such an outpouring of responses (mostly since they and other anti's can't do it), they have to fall back on the traditional accusations of blaming the NRA and claiming that the calls aren't from their constituencies. Of course their claims are based on soley polls conducted by other anti-gun groups and what they want to be reality. No bias there.
Sorry ICHV but I received no instructions from the NRA besides an e-mail alert that came while the debates and voting were already in process. I did, however, get the information from several local groups who kept up on the issue before and during. Just because you can't garner enough public support to push your privately funded agenda besides some misleading "polls" doesn't mean that the thousands of firearm owners who are actually active in keeping their rights will sit back and let you spout off your nonsense.