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Views of Government’s Handling of Terrorism Fall to Post-9/11 Low | Pew Research Center

16.12.15

Views of Government’s Handling of Terrorism Fall to Post-9/11 Low | Pew Research Center: Nearly three-in-ten (29%) Americans cite terrorism (18%), national security (8%) or ISIS (7%) as the most important problem facing the country today. One year ago, just 4% of the public cited any of these issues. The share citing terrorism is the highest it has been since February 2003.

The share of the public now mentioning economic issues is lower than at any point in the last eight years: 23% today name an economic issue such as the economy (9%) or unemployment (7%) as the most important problem facing the nation. In December 2014, 34% named an economic issue; nearly half (48%) did so two years ago.


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