Q. Thinking about the September 11 attack on the World Trade Centre 10 years ago – do you think the world is a safer or less safe place than it was 10 years ago?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens|
|Total less safe||31%||26%||32%||29%|
|A lot safer||5%||7%||5%||2%|
|A little safer||18%||18%||21%||14%|
|About the same||42%||44%||39%||52%|
|A little less safe||18%||16%||19%||21%|
|A lot less safe||13%||10%||13%||8%|
In total, more respondents feel that the world is now less safe (31% total less safe) than 10 years ago, with 23% feeling that it is safer.
Those aged between 18-24 years old are more likely to regard the world as safer, with 29% stating that it is either a lot safer or a little safer (total safer). Twenty five per cent (25%) of 18-24 year olds stated that the world is either a little less safe or a lot less safe than 10 years ago (total less safe).
Greens voters are the least likely to regard the world as a safer place (16% total safer) in the 10 years post 9-11. Lib/Nat voters are the most likely to regard the world as less safe (32% total less safe) than 10 years ago.
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