Public perception of mass violence and mental illness often misguided

In response to Sunday’s mass shooting at a Texas church, President Trump said the shooting was not “a guns situation,” but rather, a problem of mental health.

But according to a Vanderbilt study, between 2001 and 2010, fewer than 5 percent of fatal shootings in the United States were committed by people diagnosed with mental illness.

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