Ten years after the attacks, substantial majorities say Sept. 11 had a profound personal impact and that it changed the country. Yet the public continues to be divided over many of the anti-terrorism policies that arose in the wake of Sept. 11. Andrew Kohut, president of the Pew Research Center, talks about the group's latest survey.
The Sept. 11 attacks were the defining moment of the Bush presidency. It affected the political and electoral landscape in the decade since the attacks. Audie Cornish talks to NPR's Don Gonyea. She also talks to NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson about the "Concert for Hope" at the Kennedy Center on Sunday.