Concerns about certain crimes in the United States are at their highest levels in decades, despite a decrease in violent crime nationwide. A Gallup poll found that 28% of Americans worry about being murdered, a near-record high and 72% worry about falling victim to identity theft. Additionally, 50% worry about their cars being stolen or broken into, 37% fear being mugged, and 32% are concerned about being attacked while driving.

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