A recent Gallup poll reveals that 38% of U.S. adults say the threat of terrorism makes them less than willing to go to events where there are large crowds of people.
This is up form 27% in July 2011, which is the last time Gallup asked the question. It's also the highest level on record since Gallup started asking the question after 9/11.
This new poll was conducted from June 7-11 and comes after the horrible May 22 terrorist bombing in Manchester and the June 3 attack in crowded restaurants in London.
Americans are also afraid that it's very or somewhat likely that a terrorist attack will happen in within the next several weeks. That's up from 38% in August 2011 and 45% in June 2015.
More Republicans than Democrats say they're worried about they or a family member being a victim of terrorism, with Republicans at 57% and Democrats at 35%.
That means Republicans are more likely than Democrats to say they're less willing to go overseas, attend crowded events, fly, and go into skyscrapers.