An AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study found 80 percent of the respondents acknowledge engaging in some form of road rage in 2015, with males age 19 to 39 being the most aggressive. — John Locher/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP, File

WASHINGTON — Nearly 8 in 10 U.S. drivers acknowledge expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the previous year, according to a survey released Thursday by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

The behavior could include following too closely, yelling at another driver, cutting them off or making angry gestures.

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