Pro-NRA Backlash? New Hampshire's Ayotte Down 15% After Anti-Background Check Vote

April 2013
Moderate Voice;4/24/2013, p15
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The article reports on the decline of the approval rating of New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte due to her anti-background check vote. It notes that Ayotte's approval rating has dropped to 15%, which underlines the changing politics with regards to gun safety and gun control. It indicates the political risk brought by votes against gun control in the country.


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