More than two-thirds of Miami-Dade voters oppose legislation allowing people to carry concealed firearms without a permit in Florida, according to newly released data from a poll conducted for gun control advocacy group Giffords.
A survey of 500 county voters found 68% oppose “constitutional carry” provisions in Florida, including 71% of Democrats, and 65% of Republicans and independent voters.
Their opposition grew even stronger after learning more about the issue. That includes voters in blocs key to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ victory this year.
DeSantis said Friday a law granting permitless carry to Florida gun owners “will be done” next year.
– Jesse Scheckner, Florida Politics