Poll: Americans' Views on 9/11 Depend More on Age Than Political Party

Posted on AllSides September 11th, 2022
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Twenty-one years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks of 2001, Americans across the political spectrum share many of the same feelings when it comes to their memories and sentiments related to the attacks. 

However, younger adults demonstrate less connection to the event — and the feelings of unity that many Americans felt following the attacks — than their older counterparts, according to a new poll by nonprofit More In Common and research firm YouGov.

The poll also found nuance in American attitudes related to patriotism, safety and Islamophobia following the...

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