Tuesday, November 19, 2013

More Fake Anti-Gun 'Victories'

The Brady's are claiming that new anti-gun bills are imminent.

Meanwhile in Illinois, the NGAC is claiming that they have taken control of public opinion regarding guns:
29 percent were persuaded by NGVAC last night--more than those persuaded by pro gun messages. Reason prevails
Here's the real info:
Even more people changed their viewpoints after the debate, almost equally in either direction.  An anonymous vote showed that the number of people that said homes are safer with a gun went up by 27 percent. Those who say homes are not safer went up 29 percent. Although these numbers were slightly affected by a few latecomers to the debate who missed the initial poll.
29 to 27 percent.  What a huge difference.  Now take a look at this screen cap of the 'crowd'.

So out of the few dozen people who attended, Elliot 'may' have convinced one more (assuming is wasn't his handlers that made the difference). These people do not live in anything resembling reality.

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1 comment:

Phssthpok said...

Even before scrolling down and reading the rest of the story/seeing the image, the first thought that came to mind was:

"27% of 100 people is numerically higher than 29% of 10 people."

Meaning.. without knowing the actual 'base number' of people holding a particular opinion before the debate, the 'percentage change' numbers from after the debate are meaningless.

But it sure SOUNDS spiffy, doesn't it?