The scares aren’t just for kids this year.
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The U.S. presidential election is only a few days away, but for most Americans worn out by the vicious campaign, the vote can't come soon enough.According to a recent Harris Poll on behalf of the American Psychological Association, more than half of Americans are stressed out by one of the most adversarial contests in recent history.For months, Donald Trump, the Republican candidate vying for the White House, has hammered away at President Barack Obama's policies on health care, Syria or trade, denouncing them as a "disaster" and warning that his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton would lead the country to "catastrophe". Rather than using campaign slogans such as Obama's rallying cry of "Yes We Can," the 2016 front-runners in the race have played up the Fear Factor which has increased voter angst.
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