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Mass Shooting Research Part 3; State Comparisons, GVA Data

I mentioned in a previous article on this topic that I also wanted to explore the state-by-state numbers, but needed to finish processing data from Census.gov. Well, that is now done, so I’m going to explore what I found. I think this will be my last post on mass shooting data analysis, unless something new surfaces. Previous articles: Part 1,

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Mass Shooting Research Part 2 & Rampage Events

In the previous post, I explored Mother Jones’ data on mass shooting events in the U.S. What they collected was impressive in depth, but only seems to cover a small subset of violence that falls under the “mass shooting” definition (four or more shot and/or killed in a single event [incident], at the same general time and location, not including

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