Seven in Ten Americans say Gun Violence and Mass Shootings are a Crisis or Major Issue

A recent study states that “Even among gun owners, 58% say it is a ‘crisis’ or ‘major issue’; among non-gun owners, 77% say the same.”

Seven in Ten Americans say Gun Violence and Mass Shootings are a Crisis or Major Issue

A recent study states that “Even among gun owners, 58% say it is a ‘crisis’ or ‘major issue’; among non-gun owners, 77% say the same.”

A recent study states that “Even among gun owners, 58% say it is a ‘crisis’ or ‘major issue’; among non-gun owners, 77% say the same.”

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