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From left, Calla Baker, Kendra Hurd, both of Newport, N.H., Jackie Balch, of Sunapee, N.H., and Kat Wells, of Andover, N.H., watch Amelia Gallup, of Sunapee, N.H., punch during practice at Rising Sun Martial Arts in Newport on March 28, 2018. Gallup spent 15 to 20 hours a week training was ...

Healthcare tops a list of 15 contemporary issues that are of most concern among Americans, according to a new poll released by Gallup. As a concern, healthcare topped even crime and violence, as well as federal spending. In all, 55 percent of Americans are "a great deal" concerned about ...
The findings are part of the Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index, conducted by telephone in February among 1,321 adult investors in households with total savings and investments of $10,000 or more. The sample was made up of 71% non-retirees and 29% retirees. Wells Fargo ...
Public opinion has seesawed slightly over the years, but the long-term trend is overwhelmingly toward the scientific consensus that climate change is real, man-made and dangerous. Gallup found that 66 percent of Americans understand that scientific evidence shows the Earth's temperatures rising, and ...
Gallup's annual survey about the environment, conducted March 1-8, found that Americans' opinions about global warming, like many other issues, have increasingly become politically polarized. President Donald Trump, who has called global warming a "hoax," may have contributed to this ... Partisan

Editor-in-Chief of the Gallup Poll Frank Newport discusses American opinions regarding gun control and the state of the economy. Advertisement. Gallup Tuesday Briefing, March 27. Loading more articles... Advertisement. Disney sued by man who claims rat bit him at Magic Kingdom. Share. Shares.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Fifty-five percent of Americans worry "a great deal" about the availability and affordability of healthcare, topping concerns about 14 other issues Gallup tested. Slim majorities also worry about crime and violence, federal spending and the budget deficit, and the availability of guns. Unemployment
These data come from a Northeastern University/Gallup survey of Americans' attitudes toward artificial intelligence (AI) and its effect on their lives and work. The mail survey of 3,297 U.S. adults was conducted Sept. 15-Oct. 10, 2017. The data show Americans are largely positive about the impact AI ... Job
As we head into the midterm elections filled with uncertainties, there is one thing we can say with a high degree of confidence -- that North Carolina is Main Street America. Some of the most extensive testing of voter attitudes is done by the Gallup polling organization each year. It polls throughout the ...
The majority of residents in Birmingham's poorest communities were unable to afford food at times in the past year, according to a new Gallup poll. This is 11 percent higher than other "fragile communities" nationwide polled by Gallup for the Center for Advancing Opportunity, an academic research group ...
The number of conservative-leaning states dropped to 39 in 2017, according to a Gallup survey out Tuesday, five fewer than in 2016. According to the survey, Rhode Island, California, Oregon, Maryland and Washington joined the ranks of liberal-leaning states last year. They join Vermont and ...
On Wednesday, Northeastern University and Gallup released the findings from a new national survey, which found that most U.S. adults have an overall positive view of artificial intelligence but worry about its impact on jobs and the economy. The findings were revealed at an event in Washington, D.C., ...
Donald Trump's approval rating in Connecticut is 31 percent and only a half dozen states have a less favorable view of the president, according to a new Gallup poll. Trump was least popular in Vermont, with a 26 percent approval rating, and most popular in West Virginia, where 61 percent of voters ...
Gallup first measured Americans' satisfaction with three of the four aspects of U.S. life in 2001 (the question on distribution of wealth and income was added in 2014), and quality of life has always scored highest with the public. Overall satisfaction on this aspect was at its highest in the first two years, at 89%, ...
A recent Gallup analysis looking at Trump's job approval among demographic subgroups found that while gender differences are mostly attributable to the party identification of men and women, within each partisan group, men are slightly more likely than women to approve of Trump. Thus, when assessing ...
Gallup's January survey asked those who are dissatisfied with the level of immigration into the U.S. if they want to see immigration increased, decreased or remain the same. Republicans and Democrats who are dissatisfied with current immigration levels increasingly favor opposing solutions. From 2001 ...

Trump's 2017-2018 yearly average is not only the lowest for a first-year president, it ranks among the 10 worst for any president in any year since Gallup began regularly measuring job approval in 1945. These include Jimmy Carter's third and fourth years; George W. Bush's sixth, seventh and eighth years; ...
The Gallup poll puts global approval of US leadership at just 30%, slightly behind China on 31% and only three points ahead of Russia. Germany is now the top-rated global power in the world, with an approval rating of 41%, according to the survey. The US rating is down nearly 20 points from the 48% ...
The Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index is based on more than 25,000 interviews with adults aged 18 and older from October 1 to December 31. The number of uninsured is expected to climb, as the Congressional Budget Office has projected that 4 million more people will be without health insurance in ...
Gallup used a randomly selected Addressed-Based Sampling (ABS) design. The study included oversamples of households known to contain members of hard-to-reach subgroups, including blacks, Hispanics and young adults. The sample was weighted to correct for unequal probability of selection and ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Donald Trump's 38% job approval rating in Gallup's latest weekly average is well below what would be expected based on the relationship between job approval and Americans' views of the economy and their level of satisfaction with the direction of the country for recent ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — This is a record not to be coveted: Donald Trump is wrapping up a year in office with the lowest average approval rating of any elected president in his first term. That's according to polling by Gallup, which shows that Trump has averaged just a 39 percent approval rating since his ...
Meanwhile, Democrats have dipped to a new Trump-era low in satisfaction with the nation's direction. The current 7% who are satisfied is slightly lower than the 9% to 16% range previously registered since the president's inauguration. The latest figures are from Gallup's first measure of the question in 2018 ...
Longer term, the percentage of U.S. adults identifying as liberal has climbed from 17% the first year Gallup used this measure in 1992 to 26% in 2017, while the percentage calling themselves moderate has fallen from 43% to 35%. Conservatives' share of the political pie was about the same in 2017 (35%) ...
And Gallup's analysis of Barack Obama's job approval ratings across religious groups showed the same patterns in reverse -- with Muslims the most positive about Obama and Mormons the least positive. Also, the rank order of approval by religious group for Trump is similar to what it was for George W.
Gallup announced that it would no longer be doing a daily presidential approval tracking poll. "Beginning in 2018, Gallup will start updating presidential job approval on a weekly basis, rather than on a daily basis," wrote Gallup chief Frank Newport by way of explanation. I reached out to CNN's own polling ...
For the 16th consecutive year, nursing has been ranked number one by the Gallup Poll as the most honest and ethical profession. For the 16th consecutive year, nursing has been ranked number one by the Gallup Poll as the most honest and ethical profession. Twenty-two professions were ranked based ...
"Gallup remains committed to tracking presidential approval using probability-based, telephone interviewing, but is reducing the sample size from 3,500 to 1,500 U.S. adults per week. As a result, Gallup will aggregate and report presidential job approval each week, rather than daily, beginning on Jan.
Froilan Gallardo, ABS-CBN News. MANILA - The Philippines has emerged as one of the happiest countries in the world, according to a global survey by US-based firm Gallup International. Gallup's 41st 41st Annual Global End of Year Survey shows the Philippines ranking 3rd happiest country in the world, ...
Step aside, President Trump. The results are in and Barack Obama is the most admired man of 2017, according to an annual Gallup poll. The poll results mark the first time since 2008 that a sitting president hasn't been awarded the honor of most admirable. However, are the results that shocking?
As I write this on Monday night, the latest Gallup three-day average shows Trump with a rating of 40 percent approvers and 55 percent disapprovers. When I last checked in, on Nov. 28, it was 37-57. It you are sufficiently motivated to believe so, you could even say that his numbers have improved by two or three points, but ...
Trump will finish his first calendar year in office with just a 35% approval rating — the lowest at this point in a new president's term stretching back to the Eisenhower administration, according to polling by CNN, CNN/ORC, CNN/USA Today/Gallup and Gallup. But it's not only low for the beginning of a new ...
Gallup's December poll found 17% of respondents named Obama the man they admired most, a dip from 22% of respondents saying the same last year. President Donald Trump took second place with 14% of respondents citing him when asked, open-ended, to name the man they admired most. Gallup ...
Gallup's poll marked a five-point drop in the former secretary of state's favorability rating since June, when a poll of national adults showed 41% rated her favorably. Clinton's favorable rating reached a high-point in Gallup polling late into her husband's presidency and around her tenure as secretary of state.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The majority of Americans (56%) remain satisfied with the acceptance of gays and lesbians in the U.S., as they have been for the past five years, amid victories in the movement to legalize same-sex marriage. The latest figure is slightly lower than the high of 60% recorded in 2016, but ...
WASHINGTON — In spite of President Donald Trump having the lowest first-year national approval rating in the history of Gallup, his 2017 approval rating in West Virginia was 61 percent. Gallup released a poll Tuesday that highlighted the president's first-year approval ratings, separated by state.
These results, from Gallup's Mood of the Nation survey conducted Jan. 2-7, show that Americans' satisfaction with key national security and economic matters have improved the most from last year. Satisfaction with security from terrorism is up 13 percentage points, and satisfaction with the nation's military ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans' optimism about finding a quality job averaged 56% in 2017, the highest annual average in 17 years of Gallup polling and a sharp increase from 42% in 2016. Coinciding with rising optimism, the U.S. unemployment rate fell from an average 4.9% in 2016 to 4.4% in 2017, ...
Gallup's update on a question that asks Americans about their satisfaction with the position of women in society reflects this focus, with a significantly larger percentage now saying that they are dissatisfied than in 2001 to 2008 when these questions were last asked. U.S. women are substantially more ...
Barack Obama edged his successor as the most admired man for 2017, a Gallup poll finds, marking the first time since 2008 when a sitting president didn't win the annual accolade. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, is the woman Americans most admire for the 16th year in a row. It was a close race. Seventeen ...
1 on the Gallup poll's annual survey of the men Americans most admire. Trump finished second — same as last year. Gallup has posed the most-admired man question 71 times since 1946, and the incumbent president has taken the title 58 times. The last to fall short was George W. Bush during the 2008 ...
Gallup has conducted the "most admired" survey every year since 1946, with the exception of 1976. Of those 71 surveys, the incumbent president has won 58 times, the poll noted. Obama is only the second former president to win the "most admired" title, along with Dwight Eisenhower in 1967 and 1968.
Gallup has asked the most admired man question 71 times since 1946 -- all but in 1976. The incumbent president has won 58 of those times. Previous incumbent presidents who did not finish first include Harry Truman in 1946-1947 and 1950-1952, Lyndon Johnson in 1967-1968, Richard Nixon in 1973, ...
As the Gallup study revealed, Democrats are more likely to denounce universities as too costly and Republicans more frequently condemn them as too liberal. One Gallup pollster even suggested that higher education drop the term liberal arts, which allegedly alienates disgruntled GOP voters. But we're ...
A new poll by Gallup showed a gap closing between top contenders of "most admired" people as determined by U.S. adults. Former first ladies Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are among the top "most admired" women. Of the respondents, 9 percent favored Clinton while 7 percent favored Obama in the ...
Barack Obama edged his successor as the most admired man for 2017, a Gallup poll finds, marking the first time since 2008 when a sitting president didn't win the annual accolade. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, is the woman Americans most admire for the 16th year in a row. It was a close race. Seventeen ...
1 on the Gallup poll's annual survey of the men Americans most admire. Trump finished second — same as last year. Gallup has posed the most-admired man question 71 times since 1946, and the incumbent president has taken the title 58 times. The last to fall short was George W. Bush during the 2008 ...
Vice President and former Indiana governor Mike Pence is the nation's 10th most admired man, according to Gallup's latest Most Admired Man and Woman poll. This is the second consecutive year that Pence has secured the No. 10 spot in the annual poll. He shares 10th place with Amazon.com founder ...
Evangelist Billy Graham, who is nearing 100 at his Montreat home, ranks among the Gallup Poll's annual list of most-admired men for a record 61st time. ... United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, a former South Carolina governor, made her first appearance on the Gallup Poll's list of most-admired women.


 

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