Many More Voters Fear Gun Violence Than Terrorism, Survey Finds

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When it comes to danger, voters are far more afraid of gun violence than terrorism, says a McClatchy-Marist survey. Like almost everything else this election season, there's a partisan split. Overall, 63 percent of registered votes say they're more worried that they or someone they know will be a victim of gun violence; 29 percent
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