Every January, Gallup takes a poll of public opinion about gun control. It’s no surprise then that last year’s poll (coming hot on the heels of Newtown) would have shown a spike in the percentage of people wanting stricter gun control laws. That spike has gone away. What’s new for this year is that the number of people wanting less strict gun control laws more than tripled. It’s still a fairly small amount, but it’s there. Maybe a reaction to all the new gun control laws passed in NY, CT, MD, CO? I’ll let the Gallup graphic speak for itself and you can interpret it as you will: