Only if those statistics are directly relevant. How about you go digging for the statistics to determine which Western country has people at greatest risk of dying or getting injured from a terrorist attack?When people are worried about the risk of dying the statistics on doing so are relevant IMHO.
Anyway, as people say, the risk is low, but it would have been much lower in other countries. Also, so what if it's more likely to die of say a car accident? It's the same risk anywhere in the world (kinda to an extent), so that's a risk we're all used to. But for some of us not living in areas of the world where people prefer to kill each other rather than be friends, it's hard to accept any risk of terrorist attacks.