You'll likely read a headline on your favorite news site today that reads as if the FAA has said drone strikes are up for 2016. And they likely are - as there are a lot, lot more drones in the air this year compared to last.
However, what you won't read is this bit from the FAA's report:
Although the data contain several reports of pilots claiming drone strikes on their aircraft, to date the FAA has not verified any collision between a civil aircraft and a civil drone. Every investigation has found the reported collisions were either birds, impact with other items such as wires and posts, or structural failure not related to colliding with an unmanned aircraft.
The actual data confirm that "encounters" are up not strikes. But sightings of drones don't make for good headlines.