The questions primarily focused on how respondents felt toward potential candidates - from Bobby Jindal to Hillary Clinton. All in all, the PPP's results spanned more than 80 pages, with the survey titled, "Clinton, Rubio Lead Primary Contests."
One of the many questions asked was: "What do you think is a bigger safety threat in America: Guns or violent video games?"
Fourteen percent said guns.
Sixty-seven percent said video games and 19 percent said "not sure."
The PPP surveyed 800 voters nationally from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3. According to the PPP, the margin of error for the survey is plus-or-minus 3.5 percent. The poll was not paid for or authorized by any campaign or political organization. The PPP survey was conducted through automated telephone interviews.