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Gun Ownership in America Reaches Record High: Majority of Households Have Gun Owners

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Gun Sales Soar as Americans Seek Protection

Concerns about rising crime rates and personal safety have fueled a surge in gun sales across America in recent years. Despite efforts by Democrats to implement stricter gun control measures, more and more Americans are exercising their Second Amendment rights.

Survey Reveals Stunning Number of Gun Owners

A new survey conducted by NBC News has found that a majority of American households now include at least one gun owner. This marks the highest percentage since the question was first surveyed in 1999. The survey shows a sharp increase in firearm ownership over the past decade.

Gun Ownership Increases Dramatically

According to the survey, 52% of Americans say they or someone in their household owns a firearm. In comparison, a poll conducted in 2019 showed that 46% of Americans owned a gun, while in 2013, the percentage was only 42%. This significant growth in gun ownership has left experts stunned.

Gun Ownership Divides Along Party Lines

Gun ownership in America tends to fall along party lines, with 66% of Republicans, 45% of independents, and 41% of Democrats reporting that they or someone in their household possesses a firearm. This chart provides a clear perspective on the distribution of gun ownership among American voters.

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The Future of Gun Ownership in America

With gun ownership reaching record highs, it remains to be seen how this trend will continue in the coming years. Despite ongoing debates and discussions surrounding gun control, it is evident that a significant portion of the American population values their Second Amendment rights and chooses to exercise them.