One-Third of U.S. Adults Say Fear of Mass Shootings Prevents Them from Going to Certain Places or Events

Thursday, August 15, 2019 General News
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Hispanic adults more than twice as likely as white non-Hispanics to say they experience mass shooting-related stress often or constantly

Americans report feeling stressed about the possibility of a mass shooting occurring at places such as a public event (53 percent), mall (50 percent), school or university (42 percent) or the movie theatre (38 percent).

Hispanic adults are more likely than white non-Hispanic adults to say they experience stress often or constantly related to the possibility of a mass shooting.



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