Utica, NY (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
A new IBOPE Inteligência poll finds that one in five adults (23%) feel less safe in theaters following The Dark Knight Rises shootings in Aurora, Colorado, and 8% say they have avoided going to the movies because of the incident.
The poll also tested opinions about gun control in light of the nation’s latest mass shooting and finds 63% disagree that stronger laws may have prevented the attack, yet Sixty-one percent favor laws making it more difficult to buy armaments online. Nearly two-thirds say it is unlikely the movie shootings will lead to significant new laws controlling guns and other armaments.
This IBOPE Inteligência online survey of 2,128 US adults was conducted from July 27-31. Here are more details:
The margin of error is +/- 2.2 percentage points. A sampling of IBOPE Inteligência's online panel, which is representative of the adult population of the US, was invited to participate. Slight weights were added to region, party, age, race, religion, gender and education to more accurately reflect the population.
ABOUT IBOPE Inteligência
IBOPE Inteligência, formerly IBOPE Zogby International, is a non-partisan, premier global public opinion polling and market research firm that offers timely, accurate results and in-depth analysis and insights. IBOPE Inteligência works with issue experts in a vast array of fields including healthcare, technology, finance, insurance, energy, agriculture, public affairs, and media who offer insightful data analysis and exceptional service to clients in countries throughout the world. IBOPE Inteligência experts analyze data and work with clients to develop and implement new strategies, and offer customized and attractive solutions to challenges our clients face. IBOPE Inteligência is a subsidiary of the IBOPE Group of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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About IBOPE Group
IBOPE Group is a Brazilian multinational company specializing in media, market and opinion research with offices in the United States and 14 Latin American countries. Since its founding 70 years ago, it has been providing a wide range of information and studies on media, public opinion, voting patterns, consumption habits, branding and market behavior.
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