Fewer Americans now believe that the JFK assassination was part of an elaborate conspiracy. In a matter of ten years, the belief that Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone has taken a significant dip.
In 2003, a resounding 75 percent of Americans were convinced that JFK was targeted by a conspiracy that went well beyond Oswald. But ten years later, in an Associated Press poll conducted in April, only 59 percent believed the same thing.
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