Poll: Most residents not worried about more terror attacks

BROOKLYN - A new poll finds worry aboutanother terrorist assault in New York City is at its lowest pointsince the Sept. 11 attacks.

The NY1-Marist Poll released Thursday found 49 percent of residents in the city expressed concern about another terrorist attack, with 17percent "very worried" and 32 percent "worried."

The director of the poll states that while many New Yorkers are more aware of such attacks, many think the threat has passed. And, most say their lives have returned back to normal.

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