Here are the questions:
The second question indicates your claimed victory is not quite as decisive as you make it out to be. The question should have also asked respondents what they knew about current gun laws and the lack of enforcement thereof. I suspect that a majority wouldn't have a clue.
Doesn't look good for Ms. Feinstein's gun ban either. She fails on both the "assault weapon" and handgun ban. BTW, she sees no difference between semi-automatic handguns and machine guns. Black rifles are the smokescreen. The eventual ban on handguns is her goal.
I thought the question about requiring federally licensed dealers to undergo a background check at gun shows was interesting. It proves that most of the respondents have no clue as to what a federally licensed firearms dealer is or what it takes to become one. In order to engage in the business of selling firearms in this country, you must be federally licensed. (There are minor exceptions mostly dealing with antiques.) If there are licensees out there failing background checks at gun shows, or anywhere else, then there is a huge disconnect between the FBI and the ATF. There are laws already available to fix that problem and plenty of prison space to warehouse the troublemakers. No need for Congress to act because an assault weapons ban won't fix that. The only thing that needs to be done is for the Attorney General to instruct the FBI and the ATF to do their jobs.