Poll: Most In U.S. Believe JFK’s Death A Conspiracy

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Poll: Most In U.S. Believe JFK’s Death A Conspiracy

Fifty years after President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, a Gallup poll has found that 61 percent of Americans still believe JFK’s murder was a conspiracy and not carried out by Lee Harvey Oswald alone. What do you think?

  • “It’s just more fun this way, you see!”

    Cassandra Lazzara
    Food Chemist
  • “These people need to let go of their obsession with this idea that JFK was ever alive at all.”

    Phil Wilbanks
    Movie Critic
  • “Hmm, seems like Gallup’s asking a lot of questions.”

    Ted Denlinger
    Plaque Maker