• 57 percent say “America has changed for the worse.”
• 21 percent think the nation has changed for the better.
• 11 percent say there has been no change, with another 11 percent unsure.
• 57 percent said America “changed for the better” in a similar poll conducted in October 2001.
• 51 percent say the U.S. is safer today than it was before the attacks.
Source: A Rasmussen reports survey of 1,000 adults conducted May 2 and 3.
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