The Parkland effect: Most teens worry about school shootings

The Parkland school shooting has had a lasting effect on U.S. teenagers, with most now worried a shooting could happen at their school, according to a survey released today by the Pew Research Center.

Between the lines: If you dive deeper into the numbers, you'll find that teenagers and parents of different backgrounds have different levels of anxiety about gun violence at their schools.

Reproduced from a Pew Research Center report. Chart: Axios Visuals