Commonsense Gun Safety Reforms Receive Broad Bipartisan Support in Colorado
A recent poll conducted by Strategies 360 for the State Innovation Exchange (SiX) shows that Coloradans strongly support progressive solutions to improve gun safety. Across the board from liberals to conservatives, these commonsense policies receive overwhelming support statewide.
Lost and Stolen Reporting and Safe Storage
Seven in ten Colorado voters favor holding gun owners legally accountable for failing to store their guns securely and for failing to report lost or stolen guns. Colorado voters are demanding action on gun reform as a result of the dramatic and pervasive violence that has permeated every corner of the state. Both measures earn the strong support of at least half the electorate, while just a quarter oppose them. Majorities of liberals (87%), moderates (70%), and conservatives (59%) back safe storage accountability. A similarly diverse coalition stands behind accountability for failing to report lost or stolen guns (87% of liberals, 74% of moderates, and 60% of conservatives).
See the full survey memo here.
Survey Methodology: Strategies 360 conducted a survey of 600 registered voters in Colorado from January 2-5, 2020. Interviews were conducted on landlines and cell phones. The margin of error for a survey of 600 interviews is ±4.0% at the 95% confidence level.