Zogby poll explores terrorist and safety concerns

MARCY, N.Y. (WKTV) - A recent poll measuring the the public's concerns about potential terrorist attacks or other tragic events was the center of discussion Thursday at SUNYIT.

Pollster John Zogby discussed the findings of the SUNYIT- Zogby Analytics Poll at the college's Safety and Security in the Global Age Conference.

Results from the poll revealed that terrorism and other tragic events aren't a primary concern for most Americans. Zogby says it's partly because of their ability to bounce back.

"Basically, we have these ebbs and flows," Zogby said. "We have crisis we have fear and it's the resilience of being human and the culture of being American. We go right back where we were."

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