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Shocking number of Americans say presidential election is stressing them out

This election season has been rough and seemingly endless, and now there's scientific evidence to back up what you may have been feeling. The American Psychological Association included a question in its annual Stress in America survey about this election. They survey found that more than half of U.S. adults, regardless of party affiliation, felt very or somewhat stressed by the election.
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