SMILE Psychology: The 2020 Election is Stressing Out a Lot of People

November 3, 2020 by Carleah East

A new survey out by The Harris Poll on behalf of the American Psychological Association found 68% of United States adults say the 2020 presidential election is causing them a significant amount of stress. That number was 52% during the 2016 election. Lisheila Ware of Pinellas County has concerns about key issues.

“Uncertain of the truth of everything the candidates are saying,” Ware said.

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