From Denver Business Journal
Fifty-eight percent of those surveyed oppose Colorado’s recently adopted stricter gun control laws. The result varies widely by party, with 82 percent of Republicans opposed while 79 percent of Democrats favor the laws.
Meanwhile, 55 percent favor allowing teachers and school officials to carry guns on campus, while 41 percent disagree.
And 49 percent said Colorado would be safer if more people carried guns, while 39 percent said the state would be less safe.