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Survey says: 90% of California teachers think lawmakers are not doing enough to end gun violence in schools

Most teachers in California think lawmakers are not doing enough to end gun violence in schools, according to a recent survey by a mobile application called Fishbowl.
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Posted at 2:03 PM, Nov 14, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-14 19:44:30-05

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — When it comes to school shootings, most California teachers think lawmakers are not doing enough to end gun violence in schools, according to a recent survey by a mobile application called Fishbowl.

The career network platform said it asked teachers on the app: “Are lawmakers doing enough to end gun violence in schools?”

90.32% of California teachers answered "no" while 2.69% answered "yes". 88.66% of teachers nationwide also answered with “no.”

Fishbowl said its survey ran from September 9 through September 13 and was answered by a total of 1,067 teachers nationwide.

Fishbowl is a "community platform that connects professionals through transparent conversations to drive positive change within the workplace."