New research shows many in America are avoiding crowded events because they're afraid of a terrorist event happening on site. There are three main activities Americans say they're afraid to participate in because their fear of terror is heightened.
38% of Americans less willing to attend large events due to terrorism. They're also afraid a family member will become a victim of terror at a crowded event.
As many as 60% believe a terrorist attack will happen in several weeks within the United States. In August 2011, only 38% thought that.
When it comes to flying, about a third of Americans, up from 24% back in 2011, say they're less willing to fly.
Half of those surveyed said they won't fly overseas due to terror. 46% less willing to travel overseas due to terrorism concerns