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Some engineers believe that, following the September 11 World Trade Center attacks, design codes for tall buildings should not be changed, but the onus should be on engineers to make their own judgements about safe design. Do you agree?

57% said yes 36% said no 7% didn't know

NCE500 is 500 engineers that agree to be polled with a different question each week.

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