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International threats: what's the world most scared of? - Agenda - The World Economic Forum

26.8.15

International threats: what's the world most scared of? - Agenda - The World Economic Forum: Worries about Iran’s nuclear programme do not rank as highly – apart from in Israel and the United States. The same is true of cyberattacks, with South Koreans and Americans most worried.

Anxiety about tensions between Russia and its neighbours, and territorial disputes between China and surrounding countries, largely remain regional concerns.

The data comes from a survey conducted in 40 countries among 45,435 respondents from 25 March to 27 May 2015. Respondents were asked whether they were “very concerned” about each issue. Here’s the full set of responses:


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