Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Most Americans don't believe Tuscon shootings were politically motivated

People sign guest U.S. Capitol get well book for Rep. Gabrille Giffords. Talk Radio News Service photo By Rachel Whitt

Despite widespread speculation that the shootings in Arizona on Saturday that killed six people and wounded 11 others, including a congresswoman who police say was the intended target was politically motivated, most Americans choose to view the tragedy as a random act of violence.


That according to a new Rasmussen survey, which finds that only 28 percent of adults polled believe that the shootings were the result of political anger in the country.

Fifty-eight percent of those polled say it was a random act of violence committed by an unstable person.


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