Nearly 60% of likely voters view cyberattacks on US infrastructure as very concerning

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Cyberattacks pose threats to private companies and government agencies alike. The recent surge in these attacks has likely voters in the US concerned about the security of national infrastructure. Two months after the Colonial Pipeline hack, 58% said they are very concerned about cyberattacks on energy grids and other infrastructure, while 28% reported being somewhat concerned.