• Other people are getting angrier too: 58% report their friends, family and co-workers seem angrier than five years ago.
  • 83% of Americans who discuss politics several times a day report feeling angry at least once a day over something they heard or read in the news.
  • That falls to 56% among those who discuss it once a week, and 39% for those who discuss it about once a month.
  • Turns out, this is the bipartisan era of rage and estrangement, fueled by rising interest in American politics.