PA University Study Debunked

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Study claiming gun owners are more likely to be shot is flawed. Ginny Simone speaks with Dr. Timothy Wheeler of Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership about the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine's methodology in determining that people with a gun were 4.5 times more likely to be shot in an assault than those not possessing a gun. Wheeler explains that besides using a method that cannot produce a cause-and-effect link, the control group for this project appears to deviate substantially from the public at large toward lower incomes and higher unemployment rates.