Nine years after the September 11th attacks forever changed every American's ideas of homeland security, a slight majority of New Yorkers is still worried about a terrorist attack in New York. About 56% of New Yorkers were either "worried or very worried" about a terrorist attack in New York, while 30% were just slightly worried. However, even more New Yorkers say the government hasn't done enough to help.

When asked about government aid to 9/11 first responders, 63% said the government hasn't helped enough. And about 70% said "little or no progress" has been made in developing the World Trade Center site. (But look at all of this progress!) Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, Director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion said, "For many New Yorkers, the tragedy of 9/11 continues today with the lack of health care and government support for first responders and the families of the victims. The realities of that fateful day are still being experienced."

Park 51 development also divided New Yorkers, with 51% opposing its construction, and 35% saying its construction could provide New Yorkers with a better understanding of Islam. Could it at least keep them from peeing in mosques?