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    Anger Is Rising Among the American Electorate

    This is upsetting. A new survey says nearly half of U.S. voters are angrier, with whites, Republicans and females blowing the most steam. Researchers had Democrats and Republicans respond to fake headlines to measure emotional responses and found that 49 percent get angrier now over the news than they did a year ago. But women are leading that charge, with 53 percent of females getting upset over current affairs, compared to 44 percent of men. But don’t despair — more than 80 percent were bipartisan in expressing disdain over a poorly behaved CEO.

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