Since the beginning of 2015, in the Middle East, Africa and Asia there have been 50 times more deaths from terrorism than occurred in Europe and the Americas. Yet when it comes to news coverage, no doubt that ratio is inverted to an even greater extreme, creating the impression among much of the population in the U.S. and Europe that we are the primary target of global terrorism.
These are the raw numbers:
Europe and the Americas: 658 deaths in 46 attacks
The rest of the world: 28,031 deaths in 2,063 attack
Here in a graph, along with further analysis, the Washington Post provides some of the details.