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AndyS

(14,559 posts)
Sat Aug 27, 2022, 04:02 PM Aug 2022

4 in 10

4 in 10 Americans think it’s at least somewhat likely they will be a victim of gun violence in the next five years. That’s one of several takeaways in a new survey from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, The Associated Press, and NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, which surveyed a nationally representative sample of 1,373 Americans.
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4 in 10 (Original Post) AndyS Aug 2022 OP
Pretty sad state of affairs. calimary Aug 2022 #1
I bet a big number are gun nuts. They fear everything and everybody. JanMichael Aug 2022 #2
Kick for exposure! CaliforniaPeggy Aug 2022 #3

JanMichael

(24,927 posts)
2. I bet a big number are gun nuts. They fear everything and everybody.
Sat Aug 27, 2022, 04:07 PM
Aug 2022

Thus 50 guns per nut.

I would also bet that the adults that are most likely to be a victim of gun violence are probably less chickenshit.

"somewhat likely" means to me better than 50/50 chances. No way do I think that I will be that likely to get shot even though I don't like living in a country where that's even an issue.

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