WASHINGTON (KTVU) - Almost two-thirds of Americans say they are stressed out when they think about the future of the United States.
That's according to the Annual Stress in America Survey from teh American Psychological Association.
63% of the adults surveyed said the future of the nation is a "very" or "somewhat" significant source of stress for them.
The number was slightly more than other common stressors like money or work.
The report found a majority of people did positive things with their stress.
More than half of Americans say that the state of the nation has inspired them to volunteer or support causes they value.