How worried are you about the possibility of future terrorist attacks in the U.S.?

Fear of terrorist attacks in the United States 2013 This statistic shows the results of a survey among adults in the United States regarding the state of their worries about future terrorist attacks in the country. The survey was conducted from 2002 to 2013. In March 2013, 34 percent of the respondents stated they were very worried about the possibility of future terrorist attacks, while 10 percent said they were not at all worried.
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Great dealFair amountOnly a littleNot at all
March 7-10, 201334%29%26%10%
March 8-11, 201235%30%26%8%
March 3-6, 201140%29%22%9%
March 4-7, 201041%29%24%6%
March 6-9, 200840%33%20%7%
March 11-14, 200741%32%19%7%
March 13-16, 200645%31%18%6%
March 7-10, 200541%27%25%7%
March 8-11, 200442%28%22%8%
March 24-25, 200349%30%16%5%
March 4-7, 200249%26%20%5%
Great dealFair amountOnly a littleNot at all
March 7-10, 201334%29%26%10%
March 8-11, 201235%30%26%8%
March 3-6, 201140%29%22%9%
March 4-7, 201041%29%24%6%
March 6-9, 200840%33%20%7%
March 11-14, 200741%32%19%7%
March 13-16, 200645%31%18%6%
March 7-10, 200541%27%25%7%
March 8-11, 200442%28%22%8%
March 24-25, 200349%30%16%5%
March 4-7, 200249%26%20%5%
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This statistic shows the results of a survey among adults in the United States regarding the state of their worries about future terrorist attacks in the country. The survey was conducted from 2002 to 2013. In March 2013, 34 percent of the respondents stated they were very worried about the possibility of future terrorist attacks, while 10 percent said they were not at all worried.
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Release date
April 2013
Region
United States
Survey time period
2002 to 2013
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Telephone interview
Supplementary notes
The source poses the question as follows: "Next, I'm going to read a list of problems facing the country. For each one, please tell me if you personally worry about this problem a great deal, a fair amount, only a little, or not at all? How much do you personally worry about the possibility of future terrorist attacks in the U.S.?"

The source does not specify the number of respondents for each year.
The source does not provide accurat information about the age of respondents.
The source does not provide results for 2009.
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