Mass Shootings Occur More Than Once Per Day In The United States; States With Higher Rates Of Gun Ownership Have Higher Rates Of Gun Deaths

 In National Security and Military Operations   Last Updated: October 9, 2017

On average, more than one mass shooting occurs every day in the United States.

SOURCE: Washington Post (See Below Citations)



States with higher rates of gun ownership have higher rates of gun deaths.

SOURCE: Mother Jones (See Below Citations)



Christopher Ingraham. "The San Bernardino shooting is the second mass shooting today and the 355th this year." Washington Post, 22 December 2015. Web. 09 October 2017.
Dave Gilson. "10 pro-gun myths, shot down." Mother Jones, 31 January 2013. Web. 09 October 2017.
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