One result is clear from the latest Quinnipiac University poll: Americans are much less likely to believe a women's place is in the home and a lot more likely to say it's near a Howitzer.
Unlike a certain formerly bow-tied genius, who compared allowing women in combat roles to domestic abuse, American voters support allowing women in combat by an overwhelming 75 percent, including 77 percent among women, 86 percent among Democrats and a not-too-shabby 63 percent among Republicans.
The poll also found 56 percent support for a ban on the sale of assault weapons, 56 percent support for a ban on the sale of high capacity magazines holding more than 10 rounds and 56 percent support for allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. and eventually apply for citizenship.
In summary, unlike their representatives in Washington, voters are eager to take assault guns away from ordinary Americans and hand them to naturalized immigrant women serving in the infantry. It seems Quinnipiac accidentally polled Glenn Beck's nightmares when it was conducting this survey.
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