US Has Averaged More Than One Mass Shooting Per Day Since 2014

The Guardian
Article Source: The Guardian

Article Source: The Guardian

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  • Since 2014 the U.S. has averaged more than one mass shooting a day, according to data from the Gun Violence Archive.
  • There is no official definition of “mass shooting,” but this database, which the Guardian has translated into an infographic, tracks incidents in which at least four people were shot or killed, not including the shooter. Read More

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