More Than 70 Mass Shootings Since Tucson | Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

More Than 70 Mass Shootings Since Tucson

We lose too many Americans to gun violence, day in and day out.

There have been more than 70 mass shootings since the January 8, 2011, massacre in Tucson, Arizona.

We lose on average 32 people a day to gun murders in the U.S.

The homicide rate in the U.S. is 6.9 times higher than 22 other high-income, high population countries, combined.

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» Click here for a list of school shootings since 1997

» Click here to see a fact sheet on daily and yearly gun violence