Remembering the Post-9/11 America - American Identity Research Project September 2022
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Remembering the Post-9/11 America - American Identity Research Project September 2022

31 August 2022

Summary

Close to 7 in 10 Americans say “Never Forget” More than 8 in 10 Americans thought that Muslim Americans (71%) and Democrats means we should remember the victims and fear of terrorism and heightened security (73%) are more likely to say that their families and the sacrifices of first measures defined the period. [...] More in Common 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS ☞ Never Forget ☞ Memories of America Immediately After the 9/11 Attacks ☞ Significance ☞ Impact of the 9/11 Attacks ☞ Prejudice, American Pride & Belonging More in Common 4 Never Forget More in Common For most Americans, “Never Forget” means remembering the victims of 9/11 and their families, along with the sacrifices of first responders. [...] Average 80 Muslim Americans 67 68 66 66 NYC Residents 60 57 56 53 48 49 43 43 40 40 40 37 34 31 28 24 20 11 7 6 5 2 2 0 The victims and The sacrifices of The attacks The risks of foreign The sense of unity The resilience of Don't know None of the above their families first responders on themselves terrorism the country New York City and and after 9/11 experienced in the its residents aftermath of. [...] Average 80 Democrats 74 70 71 Independents 67 65 66 67 61 62 Republicans 60 57 53 55 5351 40 39 40 41 40 38 39 33 3431 27 20 7 7 7 2 2 3 3 0 0 The victims and The sacrifices of The attacks The risks of foreign The sense of unity The resilience of Don't know None of the above their families first responders on themselves terrorism the country New York City and and after 9/11 experienced in the its. [...] % of Americans who believe that mistreatment of Numbers in % Muslim Americans very much or somewhat defined the 100 period immediately after the 9/11 attacks in America 80 73 70 63 60 57 51 40 20 0 Average Millennials Millennial Millennial Millennial Democrats Independents Republicans (n=176) (n=106) (n=69) More in Common 22 Significance More in Common More than one-third of Americans feel that Am.

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