We recently asked our readers three questions about radical Islam and the U.S. presidential candidates. Here are the results of the survey, in which 2, 410 people participated.
Question #1: Do you think the US presidential candidates are sufficiently addressing the threat of radical Islam?
Close to 83 percent of our readers answered no, while seven percent answered yes. (Eight percent said "maybe," while two percent said they didn't know.)
Question #2: In terms of radical Islam, what do you think the candidates' priorities should be?
The top concerns listed were radicalization and home-grown terrorism, followed by Iran, ISIS and other terror organizations, Saudi Arabia, helping to fight terror in Europe and sharia law in America.