Most U.S. teenagers are now worried a shooting could happen at their school, according to a survey released today by the Pew Research Center.
Why it matters: Kids go through enough at school without fearing for their safety.
By the numbers, per Pew:
The bottom line: Parkland has left a terrible legacy of anxiety among teenagers and their parents — but the survey also shows how much our backgrounds and life experiences can affect how we view school violence, Axios' David Nather writes.
Go deeper: Full Pew data
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