Almost a third of registered voters believe their gun rights have been so threatened that an armed revolution could be necessary in the next few years, a poll has found.

Farleigh Dickinson University surveyed 863 registered voters for the Public Mind poll, which had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4.

The questions focused on gun control and whether armed revolution would be necessary to protect individual liberties.

29 per cent of respondents said they agreed, 47 per cent disagreed, 18 per cent said they didn’t agree or disagree, 5 per cent said they were unsure, and 1 per cent refused to respond.

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