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The Kennedy Assassination


In late November and early December 1963, when the National Opinion Research Center asked people about the Kennedy assassination, 24 percent said it was the work of just one man, and 62 percent said other people were involved, too.  In a new poll from Hart Research commissioned by U.Va. political science professor Larry Sabato, 25 percent said Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, but 75 percent said there were still too many unanswered questions to know if he acted by himself. As a new AEI Public Opinion Study shows, many conspiracy theories circulate in America. The Kennedy assassination appears to have the most adherents.