Title: Gun Rights vs Gun Control Groups Spending
Image description: Bar graph with y-axis label “million $” and x-axis label “year,” with five pairs of bars comparing gun rights spending as the left bar and gun control spending as the right bar. The y-axis increases from 0 to 60 in increments of 10 million dollars. The year shows years 2012 to 2020. The trend for gun rights spending increases from 2012 to 2016, then decreases with a large dip in 2018. The trend for gun control spending increases from 2012, approaching gun control spending in 2020. Table with approximate amounts below.
|Year||Gun rights spending (approximate)||Gun control spending (approximate)|
|2012||$20 million||Less than $1 million|
|2014||$28 million||$9 million|
|2016||$55 million||$3 million|
|2018||$10 million||$6 million|
|2020||$32 million||$23 million|
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Source: Chart titled “Gun rights groups have spent more than gun control groups in most recent years” from America’s gun culture – in seven charts, BBC News.
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