The 9/11 Poll

The 9/11 10th Year Anniversary National Poll is now closed, with over 650 voters participating. The poll was open from August 3rd through September 12th, 2011. The six questions on the poll will make you think and the results will certainly make you wonder. Based on the results to the last question, 60% of Americans believe the country is still not united regarding the aftermath of 9/11.

View the questions and full results to the 9/11 10th Year Anniversary Poll…

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This page updated on September 13, 2011.


5 Responses

  1. The sixth question of the 9/11 National Poll asks: Ten years later do you feel America has remained united regarding the aftermath of 9/11?

    With over 550 responses cast so far, the results are rather interesting. About 39% to 40% say, “Yes” we have remained united, and a large majority (60% to 61%) say, “No” we have not.

    Why do many believe America is not united regarding the aftermath of 9/11?

  2. We were united in tragedy and mourning on 9/11 and the days to follow. The churches were full and people were civilized. Now, as time has gone by, we have become divided once again politically, economically and morally. Our ” leaders ” have fallen back to sleep and it’s ” business as usual ” in Washington. America has once again let her guard down and I believe it is inevitable that our nation will once again succumb to another terrorist attack greater than the 9/11 attacks. Whether it will be suicide bombers, dirty bombs, small aircraft loaded with explosives hitting primary targets, cargo ships, LNG tankers, etc.,remains to be seen. One thing is for sure – it will happen again. It’s just a matter of time. I hope and pray that I’m wrong ……..

  3. I think nine eleven changed the life of a lot of people because it was an American tragedy.

  4. hi. i love your blog The 9/11 Poll 9-11 Tenth Year Anniversary and will shurely do a link to on my site.

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