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The two proposals favored by majorities of Democrats, but not Republicans, relate to enacting bans on the sale of guns or ammunition. Both the NRA and the GOP are not representing gun owners, according to a Gallop poll released Jan. 20, 2013.
PRINCETON, NJ -- Given the chance to vote "for" or "against" each of nine key proposals included in President Barack Obama's plan to reduce gun violence, Americans back all nine. Americans are most likely to be in favor of requiring background checks for all gun sales (91%), increasing funding for mental health programs aimed at youth (82%), increasing funding for programs to train law enforcement and schools in responding to active armed attacks (79%), and increasing criminal penalties for people who buy guns for others -- so-called straw purchasers (75%).