Poll: Majority of GOP voters in Miami-Dade oppose carrying concealed weapons without a permit

A training class on carrying concealed weapons. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

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Gov. Ron DeSantis said Friday that he expects the GOP-led Legislature to pass a bill next year that would allow people to carry guns without a concealed-weapons permit, but a new poll of voters taken in Miami-Dade County shows that the public – particularly Hispanic voters – strongly oppose that measure.

The proposal is known by gun-safety advocates as “permitless carry” and by its Second Amendment supporters as “constitutional carry.”

DeSantis became the first Republican gubernatorial candidate in twenty years to win Miami-Dade —

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