Is there a Disconnect Between Professional and Citizen Views of Terrorism?

2011 Nov 29 Posted by Steven

Do average Americans and disaster management professionals differ in their views about the threats facing the country and from where the threats might come? Is there agreement among emergency management professionals on how the public views the government’s ability to deal with national disasters (

For answers to these questions and much more, please see the Emergency Management article “Survey Shows Disconnect Between Professional, Citizen Views of Terrorism” (article), which includes a recent survey (9/11 Opinion Survey), compiled by the disaster safety communications firm Cote & D’Ambrosio.

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