49% of Americans are Angrier Than They Were One Year Ago
Nearly half of Americans are angrier than they were one year ago, according to an NBC News/Esquire poll published Sunday.
A whopping 49% of Americans say they're more upset now about current events now than they were over the past year.
White people came out to be the most angry, with 54% saying they're madder today than one year ago.
Current events annoy 61% of Republicans and 42% of Democrats, according to the poll.