In this July 20, 2012, file photo, a row of different AR-15 style rifles are displayed for sale at the Firing-Line indoor range and gun shop in Aurora, Colo. A new McClatchy-Marist poll finds that voters are more fearful of being victims of gun violence than an act of terrorism.
In this July 20, 2012, file photo, a row of different AR-15 style rifles are displayed for sale at the Firing-Line indoor range and gun shop in Aurora, Colo. A new McClatchy-Marist poll finds that voters are more fearful of being victims of gun violence than an act of terrorism. Alex Brandon AP
In this July 20, 2012, file photo, a row of different AR-15 style rifles are displayed for sale at the Firing-Line indoor range and gun shop in Aurora, Colo. A new McClatchy-Marist poll finds that voters are more fearful of being victims of gun violence than an act of terrorism. Alex Brandon AP

Poll: Americans fear gun violence over terrorism by large margin

November 10, 2015 02:00 AM

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