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– How important is it for them to support the Second Amendment?
– How does their stance on gun control and the NRA rate among Republican voters?
A gun control survey sent to members of the left-leaning group MoveOn.org revealed that Americans overwhelmingly support the right to bear arms, even as 64 percent of the people surveyed support stricter gun control measures. The survey result led MoveOn to sponsor a “Stop Assault Weapons Now” rally in D.C. on February 27. But MoveOn is also not shy about offering gun control as a recruiting tool.
In March, the group sent an email blast to its members to announce that a “100 percent pro-gun” candidate had just won in a recent municipal election. The email noted that the candidate ran against MoveOn’s support of “real gun reform.”  Of course, candidates don’t seek a MoveOn endorsement. But to accept an email endorsement from MoveOn is to embrace the organization’s gun control agenda, at least in the abstract.
MoveOn’s message to its members is clear: We believe in an America where guns are used for hunting, not killing, and that’s why we support pro-gun candidates and oppose gun control. So it’s a little strange for former Representative Bob Barr (R-GA) to take the MoveOn endorsement and claim he supports “real gun control.” 
Moving On to the Highs and Lows
All polling shows overwhelming support for the Second Amendment. And while it’s true that the NRA has restricted its political activities, the organization is focused on preserving gun rights and promoting gun ownership. The NRA has spent $5.8 million on political activities in 2013 and spent more than $2.1 million on lobbying activities to preserve Second Amendment rights. (The total spending of Gun Owners of America could not be included because it does not report any 0b46394aab