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This Infographic Chronicles the Most Consuming Worries Amongst Americans

 - Oct 23, 2015
References: blogs.chapman.edu & mentalfloss
The '10 10 Fears of 2015' chart put together by Chapman University chronicles the biggest fears many individuals have from the largest to the smallest. Based off of a survey put together by the Chapman University, the results showcase that people feel a variety of different things from loss of identity, terrorist threats to the government and everything in-between. The infographic is an interesting read that uses data to showcase what is on the mind of our society.

The 'Top 10 Fears of 2015' chart is essentially a bar graphic that showcases the highest rated threats American are either "afraid" or "very afraid" of based on survey results. The most rated fear coming in at 58% of the vote is the "corruption of government officials" following closely by second place "cyber-terrorism." In addition, Americans also fear running out of money and credit fraud.