A new poll shows the majority of Floridians want no changes to the state's controversial "Stand Your Ground" law, the subject of intense national scrutiny following the February shooting of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.
According to the latest release from Mason-Dixon, 65 percent of Florida voters believe that "Stand Your Ground" does not need to be amended.
But the state is sharply split over the much-publicized shooting, which has stoked a debate over both self-defense laws and race. Forty-four percent believe George Zimmerman, who is facing second-degree murder chargers for the shooting of Martin, was acting in self-defense, while 40 percent say he wasn't. Another 16 percent aren't sure.