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14 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 31 - 7:20am
Increasing rates of vaccination to prevent COVID-19 is key to ending the pandemic, but many Americans are hesitant to do so. Explore public opinion related to vaccine hesitancy in Gallup’s latest analysis of the issue. https://t.co/F6kR04JPcP

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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 4:56pm
The coronavirus is on the rise as the most important problem in the U.S., with 12% of Americans now citing it as the country’s most pressing issue. https://t.co/wEGPLwL9LR

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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 10:15am
Do people in your country feel a lot of anger every day? How about sadness or stress? Or do they laugh a lot and experience lots of enjoyment? Find out now with our Global Emotions Interactive. #GlobalEmotions https://t.co/C6JQPFqteY https://t.co/O3VrXqnqJ7


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 8:41am
Americans have become less confident in recent years that equality exists for Black people in housing or jobs. https://t.co/sQOzWfWpU6

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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 3:13pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 interview the research director of the Gallup National Health and Well-Being Index about the new high in Gallup's Life Evaluation Index. https://t.co/waZ6pe3kH6

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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 11:51am
Tunisia has plunged into a political crisis, as the country’s economy teeters near collapse. In 2020, 80% of Tunisians said it was a bad time to find a job in the areas where they live, the highest point in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/6990eNheA9 https://t.co/TSnVxnQG16


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 7:56am
46% of Americans are satisfied with the way Asian people are treated in society, the lowest point in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/H6ePxkzwt1

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 4:22pm
Americans’ satisfaction with the way things are going in the U.S. dropped to 30% in July, down from 35% last month. https://t.co/oLjcZyK6ei

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 12:06pm
Learn more about the key findings from the Gallup Center on Black Voices as it celebrates its first anniversary. https://t.co/yY7jJimcrc

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 8:32am
Americans’ approval of the Supreme Court is below 50% for the first time since 2017. https://t.co/msynE6o27g

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 2:36pm
Before Tunisia plunged into political crisis last weekend, economic problems were making life difficult for most Tunisians. Tunisians in 2020 were nine times more likely than they were in 2010 to say local economic conditions were getting worse. https://t.co/Mj5uzPMt3S https://t.co/PKo7egK6Ue


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 11:43am
Thirty-five percent of Black Americans say they were treated unfairly in a store while shopping during the past 30 days, the highest Gallup has measured in its 24-year trend. https://t.co/h6N7Mi9Fie

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 8:29am
Americans are now evenly divided in their views on whether it was a mistake for the U.S. to send troops to Afghanistan in 2001, marking only the second time that less than half of Americans have said it was not a mistake. https://t.co/Ulw9HBdEk9

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 7:15am
2020 was stressful. But some areas of the world were more stressed than others. How does your country compare with the rest of the world? Explore our Global Emotions Interactive to find out. #GlobalEmotions https://t.co/GXvHWWdlgY https://t.co/sv8DGuVRwa


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 9:51am
Protests rocked Tunisia over the weekend, as the country’s president moved to fire the prime minister and suspend parliament. Tunisia has grappled with a political and economic crisis for years, with 40% of Tunisians unable to afford food at times in 2020. https://t.co/LyQ2y7HowB https://t.co/xph2uctijf


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 8:29am
U.S. investors’ awareness of bitcoin and their interest in purchasing it have both increased in the past three years. The shifts are particularly notable among investors younger than 50. https://t.co/SsLeQ7cVoF

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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 3:27pm
Today marks the first World Drowning Prevention Day. In 2019 research from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll, more than half the world’s adults, 55%, said they were unable to swim unassisted. https://t.co/yYlynZlgbK

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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 3:00pm
President Joe Biden averaged 53% job approval during his second quarter in office, better than the averages for Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, slightly worse than for George W. Bush, and worse than for Barack Obama. https://t.co/mNDEc4yBjp

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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 11:27am
More Americans than a year ago say civil rights for Black people in the U.S. have improved, but the 69% who hold this view remains significantly lower than 1995-2016 figures. https://t.co/99Boovy3bR

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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 2:00pm
George Gallup pioneered presidential job approval in the 1930s, and the measure has since become one of the most frequently asked questions in polling history. Learn more about the subject in this Q&A. https://t.co/5Z8ho3RWae

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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 8:21am
Hispanic Americans are more likely than Black or White Americans to say U.S. immigration levels should be increased. https://t.co/2UMw4JknO0

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 1:40pm
President Joe Biden’s latest job approval rating is 50%, down from 56% in June. https://t.co/vr9KzexCqs

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 11:33am
In 2020, women with young children at home were by far the saddest, angriest, most worried and stressed out of all. https://t.co/SIRYJjYa7p

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 9:31am
Sunday marks the first World Drowning Prevention Day. In 2019 research from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll, more than half the world’s adults, 55%, said they were unable to swim unassisted. https://t.co/cz4KhE4Xg5

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 7:15am
How people feel matters more than you might think — especially in a year like 2020. Download our new report to learn how the first year of the pandemic affected trends in global emotions. #GlobalEmotions https://t.co/t69m5SII9s https://t.co/AzCLcOgkfM


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 2:22pm
Listen to @younism19 and LaVerne Evans Srinivasan from @CarnegieCorp discuss the challenges students and parents face this school year and the resources they can seek out.https://t.co/5ByfcyoGDX

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 8:01am
U.S. investors’ awareness of bitcoin and their interest in purchasing it have both increased in the past three years. The shifts are particularly notable among investors younger than 50. https://t.co/gtOohoemjR

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 9:11am
Black Americans today are less optimistic there will be a solution to racial discord in the U.S. than at any point in the past two decades. https://t.co/vDrFNixSLC

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 7:15am
Stress hit a record high in 2020. 40% of adults worldwide said they experienced a lot of stress the previous day — a record high. Download our newest Global Emotions report to learn how the world felt during first year of the pandemic. #GlobalEmotions https://t.co/MtcADwzgnh https://t.co/DKmdNGc8F8


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 6:15pm
The world laughed less in 2020. When we asked, 70% of people said they smiled or laughed a lot the previous day, a five-point drop from the previous year. Download our newest Global Emotions report to learn more. #GlobalEmotions https://t.co/RXCAuBPzg8 https://t.co/17q4qY7ady


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 2:01pm
In 2020, women with young children at home were by far the saddest, angriest, most worried and stressed out of all. https://t.co/RmHRUuWGiX

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:33am
RT @JonCliftonDC: Stress is soaring globally. Gallup found record highs in stress, sadness, worry, and anger during the global pandemic - but that is not the worst part. Negative emotions were steadily rising for a decade before the pandemic. https://t.co/93dIQ1mC8n https://t.co/X56oktvHCU


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:05am
Experiences of stress, worry, sadness and anger all set new records. https://t.co/E3p7cwCJ9g

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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 2:01pm
72% of U.S. investors expect inflation to continue for a sustained period. https://t.co/3l70HJwGG3

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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 11:53am
What is the state of global trust in vaccines -- and how is it affecting the rollout of vaccines worldwide? @annacmouser and Ethan Greenwood from @wellcometrust join the podcast with @younism19 to discuss this topic. Listen on your favorite podcast app. https://t.co/6X06lT35T5 https://t.co/NGvWyyri8s


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 7:51am
Black Americans’ confidence in the police remains low but has mostly recovered from the record low registered last year. https://t.co/gPYwDmN4Hp

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 18 - 2:00pm
In 2020, increased confidence was seen in public schools, the medical system, small business, organized religion and banks. This year, these same five institutions show the greatest decreases in confidence. https://t.co/jXkxh0GFKY

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 18 - 8:18am
Americans’ confidence in the institution of science is much more strongly linked to partisanship than in the past. https://t.co/BGOOBs4NSY

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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 2:00pm
The Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index currently stands at +39, up from +4 in May 2020. https://t.co/sOCrw0hIXp

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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 9:22am
White Americans’ confidence in the police remains lower than it was in 2019 and prior years. https://t.co/JIWiiirPtG

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 2:01pm
A record-high 76% of Lebanese reported they were struggling to get by on their current household incomes in 2020. https://t.co/EXKDFhPZqB

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 8:29am
Forty-five percent of Republicans today, compared with 72% in 1975, have “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in “Science.” https://t.co/3dQsGw2tEY

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 8:10am
Americans' average confidence in major U.S. institutions has edged down after a modest increase last year. https://t.co/UyLH7sIHOf

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 14 - 4:21pm
Black Americans’ confidence in the police remains low but has mostly recovered from the record low registered last year. https://t.co/uReiAzV3lW

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 14 - 1:08pm
Wednesday marks Bastille Day in France, which commemorates the start of the French Revolution in 1789. In 2020, 82% of French adults were satisfied with their freedom to choose what to do with their lives. https://t.co/6oDucSiwnR https://t.co/8h6OGzix0r


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 14 - 7:48am
In 2020, increased confidence was seen in public schools, the medical system, small business, organized religion and banks. This year, these same five institutions show the greatest decreases in confidence. https://t.co/5FH4xsPxeT

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 4:43pm
RT @FAONorthAmerica: In 2020, between 720 and 811 million people globally faced hunger and nearly 2.4 billion people did not have access to adequate food. To achieve #SGD2 we must ensure that everyone has access to healthy and nutritious food. 📙 https://t.co/K17abIdRbE #SOFI2021 https://t.co/97Eygp6HMD


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 3:23pm
72% of U.S. investors expect inflation to continue for a sustained period. https://t.co/FDrJ9WpWQQ

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 12:17pm
South Africa is being rocked by unrest. Last year, 58% of South Africans reported that COVID-19 had affected their lives a lot and 65% said they struggled to afford food in the past 12 months. https://t.co/j62CwLKel7 https://t.co/nK67LrziK9


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 7:48am
59% of Americans report they have returned to normal levels of socializing with their friends and family. https://t.co/52NaVrl254

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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jul 12 - 9:29am
RT @JonCliftonDC: Great example of a university helping their students grow through their unique strengths. #NILbraska - the NIL program for ⁦@Huskers⁩ athletes - using ⁦@CliftonStrengthhttps://t.co/NqT0nwdnVh


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2 weeks ago:   Sunday Jul 11 - 2:00pm
A record-high 76% of Lebanese reported they were struggling to get by on their current household incomes in 2020. https://t.co/NBaL1VVast

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2 weeks ago:   Sunday Jul 11 - 9:35am
In 2018-2019, about 80% of U.S. adults reported significant enjoyment the day before, which plunged to 61% at the onset of the pandemic. By June 2021, enjoyment was back up to 73% of the adult population. https://t.co/zusdmnbyQs

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3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 10 - 2:00pm
59% of Americans report they have returned to normal levels of socializing with their friends and family. https://t.co/2cM9iBQHTY

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3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 10 - 9:43am
U.S. adults’ reports of their own enjoyment and happiness are both up significantly since March 2020, with nearly three-quarters saying they experienced each much of the prior day. https://t.co/3kt0MyZRKJ

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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 9 - 3:59pm
87% of the Lebanese public said their standard of living was getting worse in 2020. https://t.co/qDpOeqs6qm

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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 9 - 11:43am
38% of Americans now say they experienced worry most of the previous day, down from 58% who said the same in first half of March 2020. https://t.co/Fch4wKIqfG

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 8 - 7:43pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 discuss findings from the State of the Global Workplace: 2021 Report with Dr. Jim Harter, Gallup’s Chief Scientist on Workplace and Wellbeing. https://t.co/uhmNXIPVIJ

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 8 - 4:55pm
A record-high 76% of Lebanese reported they were struggling to get by on their current household incomes in 2020. https://t.co/aPyunzOx2F

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 8 - 1:19pm
Fewer children in the U.S. are now experiencing negative emotions compared with the beginning of the pandemic — including reports of boredom, which have fallen particularly sharply. https://t.co/slDI0ieNz2

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 8 - 9:42am
18% of Americans say they are completely or mostly isolating themselves from nonhousehold members. https://t.co/TC9EReduj5

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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 7 - 3:27pm
The U.S. military has announced that more than 90% of forces and equipment have been withdrawn from Afghanistan. When Gallup last asked Americans about the conflict in 2019, 52% said sending troops there had been a mistake. https://t.co/BkRdtdBdb7 https://t.co/VtuA8rYjEc


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 7 - 2:23pm
A record-high 59.2% of Americans now rate their lives highly enough to be considered thriving. https://t.co/t85Tqb2qO1

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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 7 - 11:39am
Forty-years ago, on July 7, 1981, Sandra Day O’Connor became the first woman nominated to the Supreme Court. Americans solidly approved, a sharp contrast from attitudes decades earlier. https://t.co/bKJSjqz9MI

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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 6 - 8:52am
Americans woke up to a report of another major ransomware attack this morning. Before this latest incident, in February, 82% of Americans said cyberterrorism was a critical threat to vital U.S. interests. https://t.co/MoOnCPsi5f

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3 weeks ago:   Monday Jul 5 - 8:02pm
RT @JonCliftonDC: "Let freedom ring" 83% of people around the world are satisfied with the amount of freedom in their lives - the highest recorded in the history of Gallup's tracking. https://t.co/DIlByX2MiJ


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3 weeks ago:   Monday Jul 5 - 2:01pm
There is broad support among Americans for new government spending on infrastructure. Learn more about the subject with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/EsXIURS6hS

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3 weeks ago:   Monday Jul 5 - 8:50am
The Ethiopian government is preparing to fill the country’s Grand Renaissance Dam, reducing water supplies for other countries from the Nile. This impacts Egyptians in particular, 64% of whom reported having their water supply interrupted in 2020. https://t.co/LbRCK7Fpiy

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3 weeks ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 2:00pm
Forty-three percent of Americans are extremely proud and 26% very proud to be Americans; the latter figure is up from 21% last year. https://t.co/IyqVSzdQm4

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3 weeks ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 11:09am
Watch Gallup Global Managing Partner @JonCliftonDC on @cspan discussing Gallup’s latest findings about the U.S. public’s pride in being an American. https://t.co/TIIqX40m7w


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4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 3 - 2:00pm
Gallup's Economic Confidence Index has returned to positive territory, though just barely, at +1, after dropping in May to -7. The latest reading marks just the second positive score since the pandemic began in the U.S. https://t.co/TiT4h8NWLw

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4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 3 - 1:30pm
The Fourth of July will now be celebrated on the heels of America’s newest federal holiday, Juneteenth. What does this mean for how Americans celebrate freedom? Listen to the latest #CulturalCompetence podcast and find out. https://t.co/CE6CI6xfWJ

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4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 3 - 7:45am
Although a record-high 89% of Americans now say the coronavirus situation is improving, most are not yet ready to declare the pandemic over in the U.S. https://t.co/sfEQ1uJv7J

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4 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 2 - 1:37pm
There is broad support among Americans for new government spending on infrastructure. Learn more about the subject with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/dQntonXNdm

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4 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 2 - 7:56am
Thirty-one percent of Democrats are extremely proud to be Americans, up from the record-low 22% in 2019 but well below the 45% from 2016. https://t.co/pyed153EK8

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jul 1 - 5:24pm
The Ethiopian government is preparing to fill the country’s Grand Renaissance Dam, reducing water supplies for other countries from the Nile. This impacts Egyptians in particular, 64% of whom reported having their water supply interrupted in 2020. https://t.co/xPXTPMFLFY

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jul 1 - 2:40pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 talk with Gallup’s regional directors for sub-Saharan Africa about how they adapted polling in the region during the pandemic. https://t.co/fAqcvA85YP

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jul 1 - 9:48am
Forty-three percent of Americans are extremely proud and 26% very proud to be Americans; the latter figure is up from 21% last year. https://t.co/hN8ZkMQONI

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 30 - 2:01pm
40% of Americans do not expect that their lives will ever return entirely to the normal that existed prior to the pandemic. https://t.co/4FXo5VPa0m

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 30 - 7:46am
With Americans feeling increasingly optimistic about the coronavirus pandemic, just 8% now mention it as the most important problem in the U.S., the lowest point since it began. https://t.co/MpIzRVu1cO

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 12:07pm
Nicaraguan police are continuing to arrest opposition politicians who might challenge President Daniel Ortega in elections this fall. Nicaraguans are lukewarm on the honesty of their elections: 46% in 2020 were confident in them and 48% were not. https://t.co/3SOcb8GnP5 https://t.co/Hgov1M3DvF


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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 7:50am
Fifty years ago, in 1971, the 26th Amendment lowered the voting age in the U.S. to 18. Learn more about American public opinion on this with Gallup’s latest look back. https://t.co/CwhkADMKWY

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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 28 - 7:44am
Although a record-high 89% of Americans now say the coronavirus situation is improving, most are not yet ready to declare the pandemic over in the U.S. https://t.co/NznDy6Ixxs

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1 month ago:   Sunday Jun 27 - 4:00pm
What percentage of Americans have a will? Find out with Gallup’s Short Answer on the topic. https://t.co/PTjA2txcqT

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1 month ago:   Sunday Jun 27 - 12:03pm
The 16% of U.S. adults who say religion is increasing its influence on American life is among the lowest readings in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/6q45E1IcXE

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1 month ago:   Saturday Jun 26 - 3:00pm
56% of Americans approve of the job President Joe Biden is doing, essentially unchanged from 54% last month. https://t.co/HVq6LXpMHq

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1 month ago:   Saturday Jun 26 - 8:55am
41% of Americans now identify as economically conservative, 34% as moderate and 25% as liberal. https://t.co/uWGgAP53WU

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 25 - 8:07am
What percentage of Americans have a will? Find out with Gallup’s Short Answer on the topic. https://t.co/1L6tI44gt0

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 2:47pm
Hear @younism19 and @barbaraslavin1 discuss Iran’s recent presidential election and its ramifications for U.S.-Iran relations. https://t.co/uyggAr6RyH

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 11:57am
Approval of Congress fell five points to 26% in June, driven by a steep decline among Democrats. https://t.co/1CARfqivHm

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 8:28am
34% of Americans now identify as socially liberal, 35% as moderate and 30% as conservative. https://t.co/V9VaKR7ALk

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 5:06pm
In response to a wave of shootings in the U.S., President Joe Biden today announced additional measures targeting the crimes. Earlier this year, 56% of Americans said they were dissatisfied with the country’s gun laws. https://t.co/nxecJpDkx8 https://t.co/XifrdQIls5


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 8:42am
Russian military forces reportedly fired warning shots Wednesday at a British naval vessel in the Black Sea. In 2020, 17% of Britons approved of Russia’s leadership. https://t.co/AuItbNOmzY https://t.co/arJNO67hfI


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 8:09am
What percentage of Americans have a will? Find out with Gallup’s Short Answer on the topic. https://t.co/uHt9wt49Ll

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 2:41pm
56% of Americans approve of the job President Joe Biden is doing, essentially unchanged from 54% last month. https://t.co/c7I7P5Q1hr

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 9:25am
Australia’s government on Monday defended its management of the Great Barrier Reef after the United Nations recommended putting it on an “in danger” list. A record 58% of Australians in 2020 were dissatisfied with their country’s efforts to preserve the environment. https://t.co/w8ruo6XeQN


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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 21 - 3:31pm
French President Emmanuel Macron’s political party suffered a setback in regional elections over the weekend. In late 2020, 48% of French adults approved of Macron’s job performance. https://t.co/Fg3ehLS4Z4 https://t.co/cVWp7bUsWz


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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 21 - 12:26pm
@DrGaryJGates joins @younism19 to discuss Gallup’s latest update on the LGBT community in the U.S. https://t.co/MCUlc9pyZw

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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 21 - 8:49am
The 16% of U.S. adults who say religion is increasing its influence on American life is among the lowest readings in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/ziiXvdQFcw

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1 month ago:   Sunday Jun 20 - 11:32am
Views on the moral acceptability of sexual behavior and marriage in the U.S. have shifted substantially in recent decades. Learn more about this issue with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/WMQvsYATmf