Top 10 American Fears of 2016

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Public Release: 12-Oct-2016

What do Americans fear? Chapman University’s 3rd Annual Survey of American Fears released

Chapman University’s Third Annual Survey of American Fears released

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Chapman University recently completed its third annual Chapman University Survey of American Fears (2016). The survey asked respondents about 65 fears across a broad range of categories including fears about the government, crime, the environment, the future, technology, health, natural disasters, as well as fears of public speaking, spiders, heights, ghosts and many other personal anxieties.

In addition to the set of fears examined in previous waves, the survey team took a closer look at two fear related phenomena: Americans’ beliefs in conspiracy theories and fear of Muslims, sometimes referred to as “Islamophobia.”

In its third year, the annual Chapman University Survey of American Fears included more than 1,500 adult…

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5 responses to “Top 10 American Fears of 2016

  1. Toč kā mēs 🙂

    More than half of all Americans (63 percent) believe that “natural disasters in my area are capable of doing serious harm to me or my property.” And, the vast majority (78 percent) believes an emergency kit would improve their chances of surviving a disaster. Nevertheless, 74 percent have made no effort to put together such a kit.

  2. Visvairāk amerikāņu baidās dzīvot nedemokrātiskā sabiedrībā (valsts institūciju degradācija).
    Nav nemaz tik traki ar to US 😆 .

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