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In a 2008 poll, 36 percent of Americans thought that the US was more safe from terrorism as a result of the US military action against Iraq; 24 percent thought we were less safe, 38 percent thought it made no difference and 2 percent was unsure. In 2010, the poll resulted in 25 percent of Americans think we are more safe from terrorism, 18 percent thinks we are less safe, 55 percent thinks it has made no difference and 2 percent was unsure.
—CBS News Poll