The majority of Americans are stressed about the election. Here's how to cope.
The majority of American adults say they feel it. The anxiety, the fear, the dread.
They feel it before bed and when they wake at night, at red lights and in grocery store lines, at desks and dinner tables. Quiet moments are no longer a refuge, but spaces to ruminate, contemplate, to grapple with how risky it is to hope.
Americans are moving through these final seven days with lumps in their throats, trying to quell the unsettling sensation of the in-between.
Nearly 70% of U.S. adults say...