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investor optimism is at a 16-year high, driven by positive feelings about economic growth, unemployment and inflation, according to the results of the latest Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement study. The study's optimism index now stands at 126 ...
The 11-percentage-point increase from 2016 to 2017 among Republicans saying the environment is excellent or good is the largest year-to-year change in Republicans' environmental ratings since Gallup began asking the question in 2001. The last time ...
No one was injured in a residential fire that destroyed a Gallup Street home in Jennings early Tuesday. "We received the call at approximately 12:55 a.m.
Nevada - Gallup has released the results of a new study that compares the satisfaction and overall well-being of Western Governors University (WGU) graduates with graduates from other institutions in the United States.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Amid the focus on happiness this week with the release of the 2017 World Happiness report, it's important to acknowledge the places in ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Republicans have become significantly more positive about their financial situation, while Democrats have grown more negative about ...
When examining the most engaged group of remote employees (those who work remotely 60% to less than 80% of the time), Gallup finds that they are the most likely of all employees to strongly agree that their engagement needs related to development and ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index remained firmly in positive territory at +11 for the week ending March 19.
The education Consumer Pulse, started in 2016 by Gallup and Strada Education Network, is a survey of 350 U.S. adults every day that strives to give a voice to higher education consumers.
Americans are mixed about how much the environment affects their consumer behavior. A solid majority have bought products that might help the environment, ...
In the two years leading up to Brexit, Gallup found that the percentage of people who were "happy" (or "thriving") was in dramatic decline.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Fifty-nine percent of Americans say they worry "a great deal" or "a fair amount" about illegal immigration.
(CNN) President Donald Trump's job approval rating has dropped to 37%, while 58% of Americans disapprove of his performance so far as president, new Gallup figures show. The approval ratings, Trump's worst since taking office two months ago, come as ...
Trump's approval among the small number of Jewish Republicans in Gallup's samples so far during his term also appears little different from Republicans in general.
In 1938, Gallup asked Americans, "Do you believe in freedom of speech?" and then asked whether free speech should extend to "radicals" and "communists" holding local meetings and expressing their views.
Americans favor protecting the environment even at the risk of limiting energy supplies such as oil, gas and coal, and opt for developing alternative energy ...
Americans' concerns about global warming are at peak levels in Gallup's trends, including a record 45% saying they worry "a great deal" about it.
The large samples obtained in the daily tracking allow Gallup to analyze patterns of Trump job approval among major demographic characteristics such as race, age and gender, but also combinations of those characteristics.
Gallup research shows that for a few select managers, naturally engaging their teams to be their best every day comes so instinctively they don't even realize they're doing it.
A beautiful skyline, not so beautiful results. In the new Gallup Healthways American Well Being Rankings, Tulsa scored a lowly 171st.
Americans' views of the seriousness of the nation's energy situation and their worry about the availability and affordability of energy are at or near all-time lows.
The Denver metro was recently ranked the 57th out of 189 communities for well-being, and it has very little to do with the fitness of the residents.
Less than a third of Americans (29%) are satisfied with the direction of the U.S. Republicans are much more satisfied than Democrats.
The U.S. economy is on a record-setting run of job growth, but that doesn't mean everyone's happy.
Seventy years ago, on March 12, 1947, President Harry Truman delivered a speech to Congress in which he outlined his vision for a new American foreign policy, eventually known as the "Truman Doctrine.
The rankings identify communities that lead the nation in purpose, social, financial, community and physical well-being.
Gallup presents forward-thinking analytics and advice to audiences worldwide. Drawing on more than 80 years of experience with global reach, Gallup discusses the attitudes and behaviors of the world's customers, employees, students and citizens ...
These data, collected in a March 1-5 Gallup poll, are part of a longer trend of Americans expressing less concern for economic issues at large -- including the economy in general, unemployment and federal debt -- and greater concern for noneconomic ...
The approval rating slipped by 4 points since February.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida, residents had the highest well-being of the 189 communities Gallup and Healthways surveyed ...
American businesses must "relentlessly pursue female talent" to fill leadership positions and adopt flexible workplace policies to attract and keep women on the job, a Gallup executive said Tuesday. "If businesses don't change - and right now men are ...
Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index climbed to its highest level in nine years last week, recording a weekly average of +16.
This is the seventh daily spending average of $100 or more that Gallup has recorded for any month over nine years of tracking Americans' spending reports, and the only one in February since 2008.
Islamabad: Pakistan ranks first in the list of countries where its citizens are willing to fight for their country, according to a global survey from WIN/Gallup International. 89% Pakistanis said they would fight for their country if needed. India ...
Jim Clifton, chairman and CEO of Gallup, says Rhode Island's improvement on a recent survey measuring performance in the workplace surprised Gallup staffers. [The Providence Journal, file/Bob Thayer] ...
One of the more entertaining videos on David Gallup's YouTube channel features two of his young sons hunkering underground and frolicking around what looks like a Soviet-era bomb shelter.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- For the third year in a row, Washington, D.C., ranked first among the nation's 50 largest metro areas in the 2016 Gallup Good jobs ratings -- a measure of full-time employment for an employer. But 2017 may bring new challenges to ...
This has happened somewhat infrequently in Gallup's trend since 1969. All of the instances in which "spends too little" has exceeded "spends too much" have come just before, or just after, a Republican presidential administration has replaced a ...
The percentage of Americans who report watching Trump's speech live or reading news coverage of it after the fact is similar to what Gallup found after Barack Obama's first speech to Congress in February 2009. Nielsen television ratings for this year's ...
Gallup: Alabama has nation's most engaged workforce Airbus employees in Mobile celebrate completion of an aircraft for JetBlue last year.
Gallup and Healthways measure worry by asking respondents whether they "experienced worry during a lot of the day yesterday.
President Donald Trump's inauguration in late January coincided with the index's reaching highs not seen before in Gallup's nine years of tracking economic confidence. The index has retreated slightly in February but remains higher than all but a few ...
After taking a licking in a February 1987 congressional report on the Iran-Contra affair, Ronald Reagan responded with a live televised address from the Oval Office on March 4. His beleaguered job approval rating instantly improved, rising from 40 ...
In the 80 times Gallup has asked strength of presidential job approval from 1965 through 2014, an average of 49% of those approving of the president and 62% of those disapproving of him have done so strongly.
While companies often learn how to recognize talent, it's nearly impossible to maintain a flawless hiring record. Some companies, however, get pretty close.
Gallup has, for a number of years, asked Americans to place themselves -- without any guidance -- into five social classes: upper, upper-middle, middle, working and lower.
In 2008, the first year Gallup and Healthways measured life satisfaction using this scale, blacks' current life satisfaction scores averaged 6.6.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Thirty-seven percent of Americans say the United Nations is doing a "good job" of solving the problems it faces, similar to what Gallup has measured since 2013 but above the 2009 low of 26%. The latest figure comes as President ...
The previous times Gallup has asked this question, more than one in 10 Americans has had "no opinion" about NAFTA.






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