Do you find yourself getting ticked off more often than you used to?
If the answer is yes, you're not alone.
Some 84% of people surveyed said Americans are angrier today compared with a generation ago, according to the latest NPR-IBM Watson Health poll.
When asked about their own feelings, 42% of those polled said they were angrier in the past year than they had been further back in time.
Anger can have an effect on health.
"I think of anger as a health risk," says Dr. Anil Jain, vice president and chief health information officer at IBM Watson Health. "The fact that the survey showed that we have a generation of Americans who believe that they are more angry than they were a generation ago tells me that this is going to lead to some consequences from a health point of view."
What makes people mad?