Poll: Do you think President Obama not saying “Radical Islamic Terrorism” hinders the fight against terror?

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After a strong statement of protest by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Barack Obama Thursday expressed "his sincerest condolences and deepest regrets" for the murder of a Japanese women allegedly at the hands of a former U.S. marine.

There have been a number of reactions to Sunday’s Orlando Massacre, where 49 victims were murdered in a shooting at Pulse Nightclub. The shooter, 29-year old Omar Mateen, was also killed by police on June 12 . Following the shooting, President Barack Obama addressed the nation, and did not define the shooting as “radical Islamic terrorism.” Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump posted a Tweet in response to his press conference, in which Trump questioned Obama’s leadership.

Our question is, do you think President Obama not saying “Radical Islamic Terrorism” hinders the fight against terror?