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10 Years After 9/11, Aussie Concern About Personal Threats Outweighs Concern About Terrorism

by on May 25, 2011

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s part of the latest Unisys Security Index™ we asked Australians if they were more or less concerned about key security issues than they were in 2001. The survey questions were fielded in February, ...

s part of the latest Unisys Security Index™ we asked Australians if they were more or less concerned about key security issues than they were in 2001. The survey questions were fielded in February, so it was before the death of Osama Bin Laden. I must also stress that the responses reflect the views here in Australia, and quite different responses might be given in other countries if the question was asked there.

The research found that in the 10 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, more Australians say they have become more concerned about the threat of identity theft, financial fraud, and environmental disasters than those who say they have become more concerned about the threat of terrorist attacks such as airline hijackings or suicide bombs.

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