"I would urge caution on it. How many people are actually plugged into the gun vote? I would like to see some additional polling," says Kyle Kondik, a political scientist at the University of Virginia. "That is not a diss At PPP, I am just inclined to want to see more information. If it turns out that there is a trend that the gun vote has this much impact, then this would be the best opportunity for gun-control advocates to get another vote, but I think it is too early to tell."