Do Americans Really Want to Censor Video Games?

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Consultancy Hill & Knowlton has released the results of a survey claiming that 51% of U.S. adults believe video game content should be censored. GamePolitics.com alleges that the release of this data is unprofessional and misleading.
According to the press release from consultancy Hill & Knowlton, 51% of 1,147 American adults feel that the government should regulate video game content. GamePolitics.com alleges that the survey (performed from September 17th to 19th) was done to prepare for a presentation soliciting the Entertainment Software Association (the ESA represents video game publishers). It is further alleged that H&K only released a negative spin on the data (omitting certain positive results), presumably to punish the ESA for not engaging their services.

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