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John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart 1/2/2019 1 John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart Trends in Public Opinion on Terrorism Posted at politicalscience.osu.edu/faculty/jmueller/terrorpolls.pdf January 2, 2019 Public opinion trend data on terrorism as discussed in 1: John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart, Chasing Ghosts: The Policing of Terrorism (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), chapter 2 2: John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart, “Public Opinion and Counterterrorism Policy,” Washington, DC: Cato Institute White Paper, February 20, 2018. - opinion-counterterrorism-policy This file is routinely updated, and includes additional public opinion material as well Earlier postings: September 28, 2015, December 8, 2015, January 5, 2016, March 14, 2016, May 30, 2016, July 16, 2016, December 5, 2016, January 20, 2017, May 1, 2017, February 26, 2018, March 22, 2018, July 3, 2018 The data in this file are also relevant to the discussions in John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart , “The Terrorism Delusion: America’s Overwrought Response to September 11 ,” International Security , Summer 2012 politicalscience.osu.edu/faculty/jmueller/absisfin.pdf John Mueller, “Never have so few been able to frighten so many,” Philadelphia Inquirer , September 9, 2012 articles.philly.com/2012-09-09/news/33714781_1_terrorism-major-attack-poll-respondents John Mueller and Mark Stewart, “Terrorism In the American Psyche: Why Fears of Attacks are So Overblown,” foreignaffairs.com, December 10, 2015 politicalscience.osu.edu/faculty/jmueller/TNIfearopinionFAfin.pdf John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart, “American Public Opinion on Terrorism Since 9/11: Trends and Puzzles,” March 8, 2016, presented at the National Convention of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 2016 politicalscience.osu.edu/faculty/jmueller/tpoISA16.pdf John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart, “Why are Americans still so afraid of Islamist terrorism?” washingtonpost.com, Monkey Cage, March 23, 2018 politicalscience.osu.edu/faculty/jmueller/tpoCatoPAMCageWPfin John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart, “Terrorism and Bathtubs: Comparing and Assessing the Risks,” Terrorism and Political Violence , published online October 29, 2018 politicalscience.osu.edu/faculty/jmueller/bathtubsfin.pdf
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John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart 1/2/2019 2 OK City: Terrorist bombing in Oklahoma City, April 19, 1995 9/11: Terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 Iraq: Beginning of the Iraq War, March 20, 2003 Saddam: Capture of Saddam Hussein, December 13, 2003 Madrid: Terrorist bombings in Madrid, March 11,2004 London: Terrorist bombings in London, July 7, 2005 Underwear: Underwear bomber, December 25, 2009 OBL: Killing of Osama bin Laden, May 2, 2011 Boston: Terrorist bombings at Boston Marathon, April 15, 2013 ISIS: First beheading of an Americans by ISIS, August 19, 2014 Paris I: Charlie Hebdo shootings, January 15, 2015 Paris II: Multiple shootings, November 13, 2015, followed by the San Bernardino shootings 20 days later 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
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