People in Illinois are less concerned about the right to carry a gun than they are about being safe. A new survey reveals nearly 60-percent of registered voters think controlling guns is more important than protecting the right to own guns. Thirty-one percent think otherwise. The survey also shows about 72-percent of voters think laws covering the sale of firearms should be stricter. Only about two percent thought the sale of guns should be less strict. The survey was conducted by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
(Posted 2/19/2013, Metro Networks)