Paul latest crowing is about a poll claiming that most Americans want "sensible gun laws" including licensing and bans.
This poll was done by Penn, Schoen & Berland. Looking into their history of polls, it turns out that they also claimed in 2004 that Chavez would lose by 20% in opposition to polls taken by five different polling groups. In fact, Chavez won by 20% and PSB released the polls before the end of the election in contradiction to Venezuelan law with the polls being taken by anti-Chavez activists. They also miscalled the Italian general election in 2006.
Sorry folks, when a conclusion report is filled with the talking points of the people that payed them (ie 'sensible gun laws' , 'reasonable restrictions', 'military-style', etc), and the questions were written to get a particular response, I'm going to call their results into question. Especially when non-affiliated polls show much less support for increased restrictions.