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Since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the debate around gun control has seen a surge in support, mainly due to the students of the school using their platform to challenge senators and politicians on their stance around the NRA and gun reforms. The grassroots campaign is coming from the voices of the younger generation, those who are directly affected by school shooting and who have grown up with the fear that at some point this could happen to them. For this video, Vox surveyed 1,635 students from around the US and the world to find out what young people actually think when it comes to school shooting, and how they think the issues being debated could be resolved.

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