How Long Are We Willing to Live With National Anxiety?

Seventy-three percent of U.S. adults are dissatisfied with the way things are going in the U.S., according to Gallup’s most recent poll conducted Sept. 6-10. In other words, three out of four Americans have a measurable degree of anxiety about the current state of the country or what to expect in the near future. In the same survey, 71% said they are dissatisfied “with the way the nation is being governed.” We obviously live in a dangerous time of public unease about the country and the country’s leadership. CONT.

V. Lance Tarrance, Gallup