A clear majority of Americans are unconcerned about terrorism, even though most think such an attack is inevitable- says a new Associated Press-Ipsos poll.
And while just less than one in five Americans say that their terrorism concerns greatly affect their lives, there are more Americans unconcerned about themselves or their families being hit by a terrorist attack.
Concerned about self or family hit by terrorist attack:
A great deal, 9% Not at all, 26%
How much does this concern affect how you live your life?
A great deal, 17% Not at all, 19%
Likelyhood of a terrorist attack on U.S. buses, trains or subways?
Could be prevented 36% Inevitable, 57%
Weighted telephone interviews with 1,000 adults from July 11-13.