Guns and Crime | Economist/YouGov Poll: April 16-19, 2022



Results, interactive data, and methodology on Americans’ attitudes toward guns and crime from the latest Economist/YouGov survey

Results

Toplines: Results among U.S. adult citizens for every question

Tables: Results for every question, broken down by attributes such as race, age, gender, and political party

Explore the Data with Crunchboxes

  • Select a survey question using the top green menu.

  • Use the blue menu in the top right to create a crosstab.

  • Use the filter menu to filter by age, gender, or education level

  • Change the chart type or view a table

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Methodology

How respondents were selected: From YouGov’s opt-in panel, to be representative of all U.S. adult citizens

Who responded: 1,500 U.S. adult citizens

How: Online

When: April 16 – 19, 2022

How the sample was weighted: According to gender, age, race, and education based on the 2018 American Community Survey, conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, as well as 2016 and 2020 Presidential votes (or non-votes)

Margin of error: Approximately 3% for the overall sample

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Economist survey team

Kathy Frankovic

Joe Williams

Ian Davis

Taylor Orth

Linley Sanders

Carl Bialik

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