Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Terrorism Concerns Unite The Public; But Party Lines Prevail

A recent news article has explored the feelings of the American public on the topics of terrorism, security, and military action against terrorists. The article is based on findings by a Zogby International poll conducted recently. It finds that Republicans and Independents are much more likely to support increased security and military action than Democrats (surprise, surprise). But it also finds that a large segment of Democrats will also support action against terrorists. Read more in "Blinded By Fear", Forbes.com, February 4, 2010.

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