This was from CRIC ResearchThree years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade towers in New York, most Canadians (56%) think possible terrorist attacks on Canada in the next two years are unlikely, but a sizable minority (42%) thinks the country could be the target of a major terrorist attack within that period.
Quebecers are the least worried. Sixty-seven percent do not believe an attack likely in the next two years while 29% consider it s real possibility.
Apprehension is highest in the Prairies where 49% think an attack is likely in the next two years while 50% held the opposite view.
What I'm wondering is why do Canadians think there is such a difference of opinion between those in the "prairies" and those elsewhere?
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