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What’s On The Minds Of Americans This Holiday Season

The Fox News Rundown
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Americans' views of crime and safety are changing. A recent Gallup poll revealed 40 percent of Americans fear walking alone at night and 60 percent think the criminal justice system is not tough enough on crime. Despite violent crime decreasing in 2023, the data shows clearly U.S. citizens’ personal safety fears are at a three-decade-high. Director of Policing and Public Safety at the Manhattan Institute, Hannah Meyers, joins the Rundown to break down why Americans are feeling less safe in their own neighborhoods.

As the holidays creep closer, more people are reporting stress and anxiety, for which they point to a variety of sources: family obligations, travel, financial stress, heated political discussions, and more. Is there a way to manage the holiday stress and keep the peace at the Thanksgiving dinner table? Clinical psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere says it is as easy as setting boundaries and knowing your limits. He joins the podcast to explain how families can avoid conversation landmines and potential family feuds this season.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.”
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