National survey reveals parents' deep concern about protecting kids from violence
from District Administration Magazine
A new nationwide survey of parents commissioned by Common Sense Media and the Center for American Progress and released today finds that 75 percent of parents say shielding children from violence is difficult. Seventy-five percent of parents blame easy access to guns, and 77 percent of parents believe media violence, such as content in TV, movies and video games, contributes to America's culture of violence.
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