Survey names Dallas as one of the most anxious cities in the United States

Two Texas cities landed in the top 15
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Just about every adult has something in their life that makes them stressed out. Whether its work, family, money or any other stress inducing topic; anxiety is a daily occurrence for many. However, it seems some cities bring on a stressful lifestyle more than others. A new survey has found the most stressed out cities in the United States, and like every viral list; Texas is well represented.

The survey, which was conducted using data from the Census Bureau, looked at what cities had the highest percentage of people report feelings of "nervous, anxious or on edge” for at least several days in the last two weeks. According to the survey, the most stressful city in the country is Seattle, with 54.5% of respondents saying they had these feelings.

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As for Texas, two major cities landed in the top 15. According to Fox News, Dallas is the 12th most stressed out city at 43.1% of respondents stressed out, while Houston was named the number two most stressed out city, with 50.5% of people experiencing anxiety. While it might not be the greatest aspect of Texas, at least it’s another list placing the lone star state near the top.

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