Rather ineptly worded: "Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right to bear arms?"
With 18,000 votes in, it's running 98% yes, 1% no.
Rather reinforces a point Gene Volokh makes in my documentary. He notes he doesn't believe in this "living constitution" approach, but if he did.... The right to arms has become more and more individual and broad in the eyes of Congress (which 4-5 has passed bill invoking it), in the eyes of the States (which have adopted increasingly individual and broad constitutional guarantees of it, with no State going the other way) and the people (as reflected in surveys). So if the Constitution can change as opinion does, then the right to arms has become stronger, not weaker. Unless you assess this change only through the eyes of, say, judges, or the editorial board of the NY Times -- which, Prof. Volokh notes, is surely an impermissible form of "living Constitution."