For most of us, whether we celebrate Hannukah, Christmas, or Yule*, this is the season of gift giving. Our latest poll asks whether you gave or received firearm/self-defense-related gifts this year.
Two things to know about this poll: It will be up until after the end of the year and it allows you to v*te more than once. So if you haven’t finished all your celebrations yet, you can answer now then come back and answer again later.
Through tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. CST, you can also still v*te in last week’s poll, which has drawn lots of responses and plenty of creative comments (love the one about writing articles for TZP!)
*I can’t imagine that anybody here observes that dutiful celebration of collectivism, Kwanzaa. But if you do, then Heri za Kwanzaa to you.
This week’s poll is now UPDATE: Closed. The question: Which Republican presidential candidate is most dangerous to gun rights?
Before anybody gets mad, some explanation: We’re not prejudiced against R-party candidates. (Well, I am, but slightly less than I am against D-party candidates.) We’re just doing separate polls on each party. Ds and probably some mixed matches still to come. We may even do some political polls with a more positive spin.
Also, the eight names that appear in the new poll are those who qualified for this week’s Fox News “big boy” debate. Candidates who didn’t have enough support to make that debate were omitted.
So go. V*te. Then come back here and leave a comment to tell why you think that candidate is most perilous to gun rights.
(H/T to CB for the poll idea.)
Last week’s poll (on favorite EDC calibers) is still open through Monday at 6:00 p.m. CST. So please v*te in that, too, if you haven’t already.
Here’s where results stand as of early Sunday a.m. (click to embiggenate):
This week’s poll is now up. The question: What’s your favorite caliber for everyday carry?
And yes, we’re assuming that your EDC arm is a pistol. If you prefer to lug around a Barrett .50 cal, feel free to choose “other.” 🙂
This poll will be open through Monday the 9th at 6:00 p.m. CST.
Last week’s poll results
We didn’t get many responses to our last poll, perhaps because a lot of our non-Jewish members didn’t feel qualified to answer or weren’t interested in the question. But here are the results (click to embiggenate):
Those who voted “other” left comments ranging from “Stockholm Syndrome & Liberalism as their religion” and “Self hate, as Aaron used to say” to “Dang if I know.”
This week’s poll asks why American Jews are generally anti-gun.
We didn’t have a poll last week, but our previous poll (on whether you personally carry a gun) produced encouraging results (click to embiggen):
Between the big YES to carrying everywhere and the jaunty “none of your business” we’re clearly an alert and ready group. 🙂
Oh, and sorry about the two “other” options. Still getting used to how PollDaddy does things.
This week’s poll asks how often you carry a firearm.
Since it went up a little late this week, we’ll keep it open until Monday at 6:00 p.m. CDT.
(And yes, “none of your business” is one of the options.)
Last week’s poll results:
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When people choose “Other” they have the option to fill in a blank with their reasons. Unfortunately, PollDaddy doesn’t display those, but we had some interesting ones. Most of the “other” votes were variations on “all of the above” or “several of the above.” But here were the more original ones:
“Change the mindset. We can ALL defend & should.”
“Arm everyone. Darwinian solution.”
“Require small arms training and arming all teachers.”
“Constitutional carry everywhere.”
Thanks to all who voted!
This week’s TZP poll asks, “What types of gun-rights activities are you personally involved with?”
Choose as many as apply and feel free to add your comments!
This poll will close at 6:00 p.m. CDT this Friday.
Since the only problem people reported with last week’s sample poll (thank you, beta testers) was trouble finding it while on mobile devices, I’ll put all new polls in a regular post. They can also be found in the left-hand sidebar for those who aren’t on mobile.
Remember that polls will open in a new tab or window.