More Americans believe 9/11 changed the US for the worse than for the better
The Metro says more Americans think the September 11 terrorist attacks in the US changed the nation for the worse, as the 20th anniversary of the tragic day approaches.
Close to half, 46%, of Americans in a poll released on Wednesday said the country has changed for the worse since the attacks, while only 33% said it has changed for the better. An overwhelming majority, 86%, said the attack changed the US in lasting way, according to the Washington Post-ABC News survey.
The results, revealed nearly two decades after the attacks on New York City, Pennsylvania and the Pentagon, differ greatly from a poll that was conducted a year after the day. In 2002, 67% of Americans surveyed said 9/11 changed the nation for the better.
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