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Poll: 30% Say Another Terrorist Attack Very Likely

Thirty percent (30%) of American adults say that, within the next year, it is Very Likely that there will be another terrorist attack on the United States. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone poll found that 40% view another attack as Somewhat Likely. Just 18% dismiss a possible attack as Not at All Likely or Not Very Likely. Recently, there has been much publicity about attempted attacks at Fort Dix, New Jersey and the JFK Airport in New York. Those attacks were thwarted. Concern about possible terrorist attacks cuts across demographic and partisan lines.

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