What are you feeling stressed about?  Harris poll asked Americans to share what they're feeling stress about.   Can you relate to them?

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Pain at the pump.  With the national average for a gallon of gas around $3.62, it's not surprising that Americans are feeling the stress in their wallets.  The top thing Americans are stressing about is rising gas prices.  69% surveyed put that first on the list of what stresses them out.

62% said having too many things to do.  Do you feel that way sometimes, like there's just not enough time in the day to get things done?

51% are stressed about having money for emergencies.  Are you prepared if the washer and dryer break or your car has a major repair?  Or worse, if you lose your job?

47% are worried about their health.  As you've often heard, if you don't have your health, you haven't got much.

36% are stressed about a family member who's sick.

35% are stressed because they don't have enough money for the basics, like food and shelter.

23% are having problems with aging parents.

20% are having problems at work, either with a boss, the job itself or co-workers.

What keeps you up at night?