Is the threat of terrorism real or overrated? | The Tylt
71% of Americans worry about terrorism a great deal or a fair amount, but terror events are extremely rare in the United States. Everyday events are far more likely to endanger your average American than a terrorist. It’s impossible to dismiss the concerns of 71% of Americans, and some argue that even one attack is one too many. But the U.S. spends over $100 billion per year on counter-terrorism as other problems, and the national debt, pile up. What do you think? Take a look at both sides and vote below.
Is the threat of terrorism real or overrated?