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Most Americans disagree with the Supreme Court's gun ruling, but condemn the mental health of mass shootings: a new poll

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A new poll released Thursday suggests that the majority of Americans disagree with the recentSupreme Court's decision to ease gun law, but the United States Shooting that also believes that the mental health crisis is due to the surge in the masses.

According to a Monmouth University survey released Thursday, 54% of the population believe that their right to arm should be more restricted, and 30%rights to Article 2 of the Constitutional Amendment. Believe it is absolute

And 15% even said that Article 2 of the Constitutional Amendment should be completely abolished and removed from the Constitution.

"Both the Supreme Court and the American people are severely divided on the issue of gun access," said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. .. 

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A protester holds signs calling for an end to gun violence in front of the Supreme Court on June 8, 2022, in Washington.

Protesters were shot in front of the Supreme Court on June 8, 2022. I am holding a sign asking for the end of. In Washington. (Nathan Howard / Getty Images)

"But the big difference is that the majority of people have problems on the other side of the majority. It ’s in court. ”

When asked about a series of recent mass shootings that shocked the country, 55% said it was due to theAmerican mental health crisisand 33% said it was due to a gun. Said that the law is a problem.

Overturning New York Cover-upsFollowing a Supreme Court ruling, 53% believe the amount of mass shootings will continue to increase over the next few years, 35% today Be as frequent as.

The members of the Supreme Court before the retirement Thursday of Justice Stephen Breyer.

Supreme Court member Stephen Breyer on Thursday before retirement judge. (AP)

Regarding gun control restrictions, 83% of the population voted in favor of requiring a background check on all gun purchases. I threw it.

And 75% support the Red Flag Gun Act to make it easier for law enforcement agencies to temporarily take away someone's firearms if they are considered a threat to themselves or others. did. Polls have shown that 60% of gun owners support such a law.

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Polls also show that 55% of Americans support a future ban on assault weapons, although most of the respondents did not own firearms. rice field.

After the SCOTUS decision, only 34% said they were less secure and felt safer when they knew they couldn't impose restrictions on hidden carry permits. Was 22%.

Gov. Mike DeWine discusses a law that gives school districts the option of arming trained school employees, on June 13, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio.

Discuss the law that Governor Mike Dewein gives to the school district Option to arm trained school staff in Columbus, Ohio, June 13, 2022. (AP Photo / Andrew Welsh-Huggins)

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In a Monmouth investigation, we asked if respondents agreed to a recent bipartisan gun safety bill that President Biden signed last week. 36% approved the new bill, but 35% said they had never heard of it.

A poll at the University of Monmouth was conducted through a telephone survey from June 24 to 27, 2022, after the Supreme Court concealed Carrie's decision. There was an error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points in the vote.

Aubrie Spady is an associate degree in the University of FoxNews Digital.