While 65% of Americans believe that stock prices will go down in the weeks following the terrorist attacks, almost all said they would not sell their stocks, according to an Internet poll of more than 4,600 American adults conducted by Harris Interactive.

Of those polled, 32% said that mutual funds would be a worse investment over the next weeks and months because of the attacks. About 35% said that mutual funds will stay about the same and 6% said they thought they would be a better investment. About 28% said they were unsure of how funds will be affected.

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