By almost a 4 to 1 ratio, Canadians don't believe that the Canadian Firearms Registry has been a success. The Canadian Firearms Registry, also known as the long gun registry, requires the registration of all non restricted firearms in Canada. Two in five Canadians (43%) believe the registry has been unsuccessful in preventing crime in Canada, while three in ten (29%) think it has had no effect on crime. Only 13 per cent of respondents believe the Canadian Firearms Registry has been successful.
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