CCA GUN CONTROL SURVEY
March 30, 2021
A survey was sent out to high school students, teachers, and staff to record information on the general public opinion of gun control. Out of 102 responses, Approximately 94% of those who took the survey believed that background checks should be mandatory to purchase a firearm. While another 6% were against the idea. 56% percent said no to the idea of arming teachers in case of an intruder. Finally, 51.5% of students, teachers, and staff were pro-gun control, 26.7% had no opinion, and 21.8% were anti-gun control.