Pew Research is at it again, this time throwing out percentages related to mass shootings and gun laws:
Americans are split over whether legal changes would lead to fewer mass shootings, according to the fall 2018 poll. Nearly half of adults (47%) say there would be fewer mass shootings if it was harder for people to obtain guns legally, while a similar share (46%) says there would be no difference. Very few (6%) say there would be more mass shootings if it was harder for people to obtain guns legally.
Americans are also split on a related question about the potential impact that more Americans owning guns would have on crime more broadly. While 37% of U.S. adults say there would be more crime if more Americans owned guns, 33% say there would be no difference and 29% say there would be less crime.
– John Gramlich for Pew Research, 7 Facts About Guns in the U.S.
What do you think? How would changes or additions to existing laws impact mass shootings?