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AP Poll: Terror Attack Fears Remain High

With fears about a future attack running high and anxiety about Iraq growing, many Americans now wonder if the terrorists may be winning, an Associated Press poll found. Half of those surveyed in the AP-Ipsos poll said they have concerns that terrorists may be winning, and a fifth of those polled felt strongly that is the case. “Terrorists are winning the war for the hearts and minds of the people in the Mideast,” said Christine Wyatt, a 52-year-old church deacon in Clarkston, Mich. More than 30 months after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, two-thirds of Americans acknowledge some concern that terrorists may be recruiting faster than the United States can keep up, according to the poll, conducted for AP by Ipsos-Public Affairs. Full Story

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