Survey finds Hoosiers remain divided on gun control

A new survey finds Hoosiers are split when it comes to gun control.

When asked if Hoosiers feel the laws covering the sale of guns need to be changed, 42 percent said the laws need to be more strict, 45 percent said they should stay the same and 9 percent said  they need to be made less strict.

Fifty-one percent also believed strengthening the laws could help prevent mass shootings.