Key terrorism concerns have not changed; most respondents give government approval

51 percent say torture of terror suspects is at least sometimes justified

The report focuses on views by Americans on the fight on terrorism by the United States government in 2015. The surveys were conducted among 1,504 adults in all 50 states. The public gives ratings on the fight against terrorism and on several other key issues, such as the torture revelations and whether the government's anti-terror policies have gone too far.
  • Language: English
  • Released: January 2015
  • Source(s): Pew Research Center
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