By: Mike McDaniel This will be a brief article. Hey, stop applauding! Yes, I’m talking to you in the back row! I mean brief by my standards—just a bit over 1500 words. Gallup.Com reports:
Americans who have been recent crime victims report higher rates of gun ownership than those who have not been victims, according to an analysis of aggregated data from Gallup Crime surveys. Thirty-three percent of U.S. adults who have been recent victims of assault, theft or property crimes own a gun, compared with 28% of those who have not been victims — a statistically significant difference.