As more time passes since the 9/11 attacks, fewer Americans are afraid that their families could become victims of another attack. That's the indication of a new poll from the AP and the
Thirty percent of the people who were surveyed said they're concerned that they or their loved ones could be harmed by terrorists. That's the lowest level in polling dating back to 2004.
But 94 percent said the war on terrorism hasn't been won. And of those, 14 percent said it's unlikely victory can come in the next 10 years.