Over the last several years, I’ve posted many survey questions at this blog. Most of these questions have focused on terrorism and specifically al Qaeda. In recent weeks, I’ve posted the results to several questions (here, here, here) from the “1 Year Post Bin Laden” survey which in many cases suggest that some still believe al Qaeda to be a threat and a growing one at that.
The next round of results from the “1 Year Post Bin Laden” survey will focus on voter perceptions of al Qaeda’s strength on the first anniversary of Bin Laden’s death. Before I posted these results, I thought I’d ask readers’ opinions on al Qaeda’s strength at the start of 2013, more than a year and half after Bin Laden’s death. So what do you think of al Qaeda in 2013? Cast your vote here, and in the next post, we’ll compare the results of the vote here with the results from last May (2012).
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