Gun control survey questions are a questionnaire to gather information on what people think about gun violence, gun control, factors, and effects of possession of firearms. This survey aims to identify public opinion to understand if possession of guns/firearms is needed for self-defense, or is it the reason for increasing the crime rate. The push to possess firearms for self-defense and preventing injury is a false notion. For most people around the world, it is simple. More guns mean more crime and more death. Since policies and laws often influence the general population, such a survey will help gather opinions about gun control, gun violence, and research on gun study.
There are tens of thousands of deaths and injuries related to gun violence in the United States. As 2020 begins, on the new year's day, gun violence claims 177 lives. In 2013, there were around 73,505 nonfatal injuries and 33,636 deaths because of firearms. We keep hearing about people carrying weapons attacking the general public in the news. One of them talked about the incident was in 2012 in Connecticut. A 20-year-old man with loaded pistols and semi-automatic rifle killed around 26 people in a school in Newton. A 2017 study in the American Journal of public health stated there was a rise of 8.6% homicide rates due to firearms. The American population in 2014 was around 319 million people, and US civilians owned 371 million guns. According to the recent study, the US population was the one who holds all of these weapons.
The following are the questions to gather information about the public's perception of media accountability and the factors that affect them.