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72% of US Adults Support Violent-Game Ban For Minors

September 15th, 2010 09:18 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

SpuriousLogic writes with an excerpt from GameSpot: “The US Supreme Court won’t start hearing arguments over California’s law banning game sales to minors until November 2. However, the ruling in the court of popular opinion is already in, according to a new poll. This week, parent watchdog group Common Sense Media released the results of a survey it commissioned on children’s access to violent games. Conducted by polling firm Zogby International, the survey asked 2,100 adults whether they would support a law that ‘prohibits minors from purchasing ultraviolent or sexually violent video games without parental consent.’ Of those surveyed, some 72 percent said they would approve such a law. Common Sense Media CEO and founder James Steyer, whose nonprofit organization is lobbying for game-restriction legislation in many states, hailed the poll’s findings. “We hope the [state] attorneys general will take a look at these poll results and that they’ll side with families over protecting the profits of the video game industry.”

Source: 72% of US Adults Support Violent-Game Ban For Minors

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