Michigan – Gallup's July survey found that the number of Americans who cited guns or gun control as the most important problem facing America had returned to levels similar to before the shooting in Parkland, Fla. This month, just two percent of Americans say guns and gun control are the most important problem. It was only a few short months ago that a recXord number of Americans cited guns as the most important problem (April, 13%).
Guns aren't mentioned at all in the Gallup article on the July survey – not even in the section about “Americans' Views of the Top Problem Facing the U.S.” Perhaps even more tellingly, it was not one of the top five most important problems cited by Democrats. You'll only find the data on guns/gun control if you download the full trend file and turn to the last page.
After Parkland, we were told that "the gun control movement has reached a tipping point" and that "this time its different."