Pretty interesting article over on Forbes here
According to them "The facts are objective, whatever your perspective on the issue may be. We certainly donít aim to promote either side and are just stating the facts of influence and who is leading or gaining ground through the lens of influence."
They state "Forbes Insights and Appinions looked at the data for the week prior to the Sandy Hook tragedy and trended the data over the subsequent 5 weeks to determine the ebb and flow over the gun control debate."
Itís a Marathon, not a sprint. It seems the NRA has the stamina to out-run the pro-gun control movement.
The pro-gun rights voice is rapidly gaining influence while the pro-gun control voice has tapered in recent weeks.
The proĖgun control group is fragmented whereas the pro-gun rights voice is united and strong.
Republican politicians are missing from the debate giving the pro-gun control voice a net influence in the D versus R debate.