There are a couple of NRA commercials still running on TV in my area. One is the one where a woman hears a break in, tries to get a gun out of a small gun safe, and the gun is gone. That particular commercial just mentions Hillary. The other is the woman in Indianapolis who defended herself against a knife welding robber, and that one ends with a specific statement of support for Trump. Although I think they are good effective commercials, I wonder how women in general feel about them. The few women I know are all gun owners except for one, and she's very anti gun, very liberal. When she saw the commercials the first time she was supposedly livid. Not that it matters to me, because nothing you say or do is ever going to change her mind on that subject anyway.
When I asked her, her main objection was that it was fear mongering, because Hillary doesn't want to take away anyone's guns, and that the chances of being a victim of a violent crime is like winning the lottery. I said that the Supreme court case she refers to when she said the Court was wrong on was essentially about individual gun ownership. I also said that while the chances of any one person at any one time being a victim might be low, someone wins or rather loses that lottery every day somewhere. Just last week a couple of women that work for the same employer she does had lost that lottery.
Anyway, I'm wondering if anyone has heard or seen of any feedback from people you know or on the internet, or polling regarding the NRA ads, and how effective they are or are not, given all the other stuff going on?