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7 hours ago:   Sunday May 19 - 8:00am
By 55% to 43%, U.S. adults support amending the Constitution so that the winner of the popular vote in presidential elections would win rather than keeping the current Electoral College system. https://t.co/6S8tStnYlN https://t.co/CU7i3l8yjT


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1 day ago:   Saturday May 18 - 9:00am
Bernie Sanders favorability slipped to 46% compared to Gallup’s last measure in September when he had a 53% favorability rating. https://t.co/6xbVdv0Wss https://t.co/SgFbhZthu5


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1 day ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:55pm
Days after the landmark #BrownvBoard decision in 1954, Gallup surveyed Americans and found 55% approved of the decision, while 40% disapproved. In May 1961, 63% of Americans approved. #Brownat65

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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 12:50pm
Trump Job Approval: Approve 42% (-4); Disapprove 52% (+2). Get the full trend https://t.co/Pf5ueTjTFN.

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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 9:55am
President Donald Trump’s job approval rating is 42%, a 4-point decline from the second half of April when he had reached the highest rating of his presidency. https://t.co/2xNefXkijS https://t.co/8miM8ws6SQ


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 11:55am
84% of fragile community residents say college is “important” or “very important.” https://t.co/4thE73Xq1b https://t.co/uhTbAq5DMy


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 9:38am
Learn more about Americans’ views on immigration. https://t.co/9XeIqWcdxQ https://t.co/Yynaq8o61A


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 4:55pm
Which countries are happiest -- and which are most miserable? Gallup Global Managing Partner @JonCliftonDC breaks down the findings from Gallup's annual Global Emotions Report in the latest episode of the #GallupPodcast https://t.co/Wz89Q6rtdz https://t.co/9DYwG5ySnh


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 2:45pm
By failing to include an exception for cases of rape or incest, the Alabama anti-abortion bill is out of step with the views of most Americans. Learn more with Gallup’s latest analysis of Americans’ views on abortion. https://t.co/TOFjgGFntT

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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 10:55am
Joe Biden leads Bernie Sanders in favorability because he has more crossover appeal: 17% of Republicans and leaners have a favorable view of Sanders (versus 32% for Biden). https://t.co/6xbVdv0Wss https://t.co/WSo8qbOgFd


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 7:55am
Joe Biden remains popular with Americans, with 53% viewing him favorably and 35% unfavorably. https://t.co/6xbVdv0Wss https://t.co/tUrZDDBs2T


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4 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 4:10pm
When asked for their views on presidential elections, U.S. adults say they would prefer to amend the Constitution to base the winner on the popular vote (55%) as opposed to keeping the current Electoral College system (43%). https://t.co/6S8tStnYlN https://t.co/6VfvESxllF


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 10:14am
The percentage of Hungarians who say the media in their country have a lot of freedom has dropped 50 percentage points since 2010 -- and sits at a new low of 37%. https://t.co/6P08EVS0Wt https://t.co/orIFHM7RHt


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 9:14am
The U.S. Postal Service (@USPS) remains the top-rated federal agency, with 74% saying it is doing an "excellent" or "good" job. https://t.co/oPLQ7zd80F

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1 week ago:   Sunday May 12 - 10:55am
Socialist candidates remain unpopular among the GOP rank-and-file -- 19% would vote for a socialist for president, down from 26% in 2015. Just 49% of independents would vote for a socialist. https://t.co/x13TDthcs2

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1 week ago:   Sunday May 12 - 7:55am
76% of Americans report a willingness to vote for a gay or lesbian presidential candidate -- a new high in the trend. When Gallup first asked the question in 1978, only 26% said they would. https://t.co/x13TDsZBAu https://t.co/HO7U5jvNlx


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1 week ago:   Saturday May 11 - 9:55am
“Can Biden thread the needle between positioning his vast governmental experience as a plus on the one hand, while minimizing the negative connotations of his insider status on the other?” writes Gallup Senior Scientist, @Frank_Newport https://t.co/C2WZdezdzP

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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 9:57am
Democrats (64%) are more likely than Republicans (48%) to rate the job the FBI is doing as excellent or good. https://t.co/WYztNxDGpb https://t.co/r5LLlL9Wcs


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 7:55pm
6 in 10 Americans said they would be willing to vote for an atheist or Muslim presidential candidate. https://t.co/x13TDsZBAu https://t.co/CkfcDLsr7w


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 4:55pm
76% of Americans report a willingness to vote for a gay or lesbian presidential candidate -- a new high in Gallup's trend. https://t.co/x13TDsZBAu https://t.co/Kf3P8I2jfI


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 4:10pm
A socialist candidate is the only one among a dozen hypothetical candidates to whom less than half of Americans say they are willing to give their vote. https://t.co/x13TDsZBAu https://t.co/QmQKb1dKAV


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 9:10am
Half of black Americans in fragile communities say they know at least some people who have been unfairly sent to jail. https://t.co/cFSDtCCyQY https://t.co/XdiPKpNiZ2


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1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 2:20pm
The newly developed Degree of Urbanisation variable is available through a free download that Gallup data subscribers can integrate back into the 2016 and 2017 World Poll data sets. https://t.co/D91hBjtcSS

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1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 7:55am
The percentage of Americans who invest in the stock market -- 55% -- has stayed relatively steady in recent years, improving only slightly from the low point of 52%. https://t.co/XKIDzIsLQu https://t.co/rYqBo07hIC


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 6:15pm
More Americans continue to choose real estate (35%) than stocks (27%) as the best long-term investment. https://t.co/XKIDzIsLQu https://t.co/mNijNNHTMi


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 4:01pm
The world is watching as India's massive election takes place -- but what is it like to observe the race on the ground? Lauren Frayer, @NPR's India correspondent, joins the #GallupPodcast to discuss the identity politics involved. https://t.co/AhzvC5YANV https://t.co/sq9DMra4w2


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 1:55pm
82% of South Africans in 2018 saw corruption as widespread within their government, basically unchanged from the 85% who said the same during former President Jacob Zuma’s last full year in office. https://t.co/AZBqyZlPvS https://t.co/W0TMhjQ8Kd


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1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 3:55pm
Not having enough money for retirement and not being able to pay for medical care in the event of a serious illness or accident are the most worrisome of eight financial issues for Americans. https://t.co/vFZMmrydjx https://t.co/WwWuoeIzE7


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1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 11:10am
51% of small business owners say that the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has not had much effect on their business either positively or negatively. https://t.co/5QEEGHkxPW

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1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 10:30am
@mjk1093 @brhstanford @Politics_Polls Results for this Gallup poll are based on telephone interviews conducted April 17-30, 2019, with a random sample of 1,024 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. The margin of sampling error is ±4% https://t.co/oBLArUUL8C

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1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 10:28am
@MaryBar65917633 @timesofindia These results are based on face-to-face interviews with 3,000 adults, aged 15 and older, conducted in India Oct. 10-Dec. 21, 2018. The margin of sampling error is ±2.2 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. https://t.co/xUY1tmU3x4

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2 weeks ago:   Sunday May 5 - 11:55am
Conflict-ridden Afghanistan was the least positive country in the world in 2018, for the second year in a row. Learn more about Afghans’ emotional lives and how they compare with those of residents in other countries. https://t.co/r5rEVhPkw9 https://t.co/YFgutwmOgJ


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2 weeks ago:   Sunday May 5 - 7:55am
Are you a saver or a spender? 61% of Americans say they enjoy saving money compared to 36% who enjoy spending it. https://t.co/i4rhMGnmaP https://t.co/gYbhmKvyvB


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday May 4 - 8:55am
In 2018, more than one in five French workers (21%) were actively disengaged in their work -- one of the highest rates in Western Europe. https://t.co/EWw99XBfh9 https://t.co/0wI7DYfTDR


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 1:15pm
Across 133 countries surveyed last year -- one of the deadliest on record for journalists -- a median of 64% of adults agreed the media in their country have a lot of freedom, while 28% disagreed. https://t.co/IXus89X7Pa https://t.co/e8kfd2xUJY


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 10:00am
46% of Americans now approve of the job President Donald Trump is doing. https://t.co/XDXSGeR9sq

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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 8:01am
Americans wholeheartedly agree with the idea of a massive new government program focused on fixing the nation's infrastructure. https://t.co/BD4P6yrf7E

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday May 2 - 2:55pm
.@CNN's @FareedZakaria joins the #GallupPodcast to discuss the religious and historical factors that are playing out in India's political landscape. https://t.co/jxfIj0o7jo https://t.co/NNM24KDQQA


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday May 2 - 1:10pm
Americans have grown more likely since the recession to admit they are spending more money, but still won’t admit they enjoy it. https://t.co/i4rhMGnmaP

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday May 2 - 11:21am
Check back this afternoon for our #GallupPodcast interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria on the election in India. https://t.co/pKWX8iOBCT


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 5:25pm
54% of Americans say teachers today are unprepared to handle discipline issues in the classroom. https://t.co/rjEYaNaqw7 https://t.co/taBqMYZ4ds


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 1:18pm
National security and safety issues have become a central issue in India's current election. This strategy may prove effective for Modi, given Indians' positive assessments of their personal safety and confidence in key institutions. https://t.co/61GsOk9V6S https://t.co/PpsCYBVlpn


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 9:55am
61% of Americans say it’s a good time to buy a house, down 13 percentage points since 2014. https://t.co/lQXQ7mYVwk https://t.co/odd0I4B32X


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 6:50pm
Learn more about Americans’ views of the 2017 tax law in Gallup’s latest analysis of the subject. https://t.co/oxLXpSikws

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 4:45pm
Overall, just 25% of Americans say they worry "all" or "most" of the time that their family income will not meet their expenses. At the same time, 56% of Americans report that they are currently saving money. https://t.co/vFZMmrydjx https://t.co/zbnaUFtIdb


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 2:50pm
Amid the escalating political crisis in Venezuela, everyday Venezuelans are struggling to afford the basics, including medicine, food and shelter. https://t.co/MNVnGnMg1m https://t.co/GivqYIElEn


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 1:01pm
Majorities of Americans currently rate their own situation positively, think it is getting better and say they have enough money to live comfortably. https://t.co/vFZMmrydjx https://t.co/MMIXlMdg63


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 9:55am
Join Sam Gill of @knightfdn and other media industry experts for a conversation on public trust and Americans’ evolving opinions of the news media on May 2 at @Gallup World HQ in D.C. Learn more and register: https://t.co/SCckJQPUbf #trustinnews https://t.co/11Sa7IFdbt


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 9:45am
U.S. views on the ACA remain closely split as Democrats and Republicans hold firm to their opposing positions. https://t.co/NRN7vF8Vpq https://t.co/s9cHDsbVxi


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3 weeks ago:   Sunday Apr 28 - 8:55am
What is the most important problem in the U.S.? Two issues continue to stand apart from everything else -- the government and immigration. https://t.co/4PxmTUcl1b https://t.co/a5EwQxdVSF


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3 weeks ago:   Saturday Apr 27 - 9:55am
While there is plenty to be concerned about in the world, Gallup’s latest global research finds that 74% of adults worldwide smiled or laughed a lot the previous day. Learn more about how the world feels in our new #GlobalEmotions report. https://t.co/m5wPkE2PLy https://t.co/ukoXbYoR55


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 26 - 11:25am
Half of Americans have a great or fair deal of confidence in Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell to do or recommend the right thing for the U.S. Economy, while 42% say the same for President Donald Trump. https://t.co/RhoyAPr3Ar https://t.co/IwcztlUBl4


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 26 - 7:55am
Join us on May 2 for Restoring Trust in the Media: The Questions That Matter. Hosted by @Gallup World HQ in D.C. with @Knightfdn. Learn more and register here: https://t.co/SCckJQPUbf #TrustintheNewsMedia https://t.co/ka6yVAmOya


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 8:05am
The majority of Americans (55%) in 2018 said they had experienced stress during a lot of the day, nearly half (45%) said they felt worried a lot and more than one in five (22%) said they felt anger a lot. https://t.co/kZxAQYzMMr https://t.co/gxW3mQ3k8c


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 4:55pm
The high points for mentions of the economy as the nation’s top problem have far exceeded the high points for government and immigration since 2001. https://t.co/4PxmTUcl1b https://t.co/29fJLnMeMB


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 11:25am
The government and immigration continue to stand apart from other issues when Americans are asked to name the most important problem facing the U.S. https://t.co/4PxmTUcl1b https://t.co/RqbjjGOiVC


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 7:55am
Rebuilding trust in the media is no small feat. Join @Gallup and @knightfdn for a lively discussion at Restoring Trust in the Media: The Questions That Matter on Thursday, May 2. Learn more and register: https://t.co/SCckJQPUbf #TrustintheNewsMedia https://t.co/1qQmY2gxgY


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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 1:40pm
Amid ongoing political infighting, Sri Lankans’ confidence in their government has been lower in the past two years than at any time in the past decade. https://t.co/NWFjHsnG7B https://t.co/RFmobPUkFD


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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 9:45am
President Trump’s 41.6% average job approval rating during his ninth quarter is among the best in his presidency to date and more than two percentage points better than his average in the prior quarter. https://t.co/bPXckJi23v https://t.co/M6FDd4Ynh4


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3 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 22 - 5:30pm
Close to seven in 10 residents in the Northeast and West versus closer to six in 10 in the Midwest and South believe that media reporting of global warming is generally accurate or even underestimates the problem. https://t.co/EGA0QkpbQH

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3 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 22 - 1:30pm
Americans living in the Northeast (67%) or the West (67%) are more likely than those living in the Midwest (60%) or the South (53%) to believe climate change is now occurring. https://t.co/EGA0QkpbQH

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4 weeks ago:   Sunday Apr 21 - 7:55am
As Christian and Jewish Americans celebrate Easter and Passover, respectively, Gallup finds the percentage of Americans who report belonging to a church, synagogue or mosque at an all-time low, averaging 50% in 2018. https://t.co/UUbY7lW0OU https://t.co/iHHOrkniDS


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4 weeks ago:   Saturday Apr 20 - 8:55am
Labor markets have become particularly difficult in urban areas in India, with the percentage saying it is a good time to find a job dropping 18 percentage points since 2016. https://t.co/3v07gzLsIg https://t.co/gHyB97oW2O


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4 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 19 - 7:55pm
Republicans showed a relatively modest decline in church membership of eight points since 1998-2000 (from 77% to 69%). In contrast, Democrats show one of the largest subgroup declines, of 23 points, from 71% to 48%. https://t.co/UUbY7lW0OU

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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 19 - 2:20pm
Non-college-educated whites' affinity for the Republican Party was growing even before the rise of Donald Trump's political career. The @washingtonpost's national correspondent @pbump unpacks these and other Gallup data with editor-in-chief @younism19. https://t.co/E0AktZz6lT https://t.co/2180Qb6TUf


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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 19 - 11:15am
Half of U.S. adults are currently positive about economic conditions, calling them excellent or good. Another 36% consider them only fair, while 14% call them poor. https://t.co/iGjcxWdXp5 https://t.co/Wp6YKcFUXI


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 3:45pm
68% of millennials identify with a religion, while 29% do not. In all other generations, at least 79% have a religious affiliation, with correspondingly lower percentages expressing no faith preference. https://t.co/UUbY7lW0OU https://t.co/6oNiebGhKT


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 12:15pm
In the past two decades, the percentage of U.S. adults with no religious affiliation has more than doubled, from 8% to 19%. https://t.co/UUbY7lW0OU https://t.co/FeZKYVWeLg


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 8:59am
Half of Americans are members of a church, synagogue or mosque, down from 70% in 1999. https://t.co/UUbY7lW0OU https://t.co/XO8Eq8Qqv3


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 5:40pm
Learn more about U.S. public opinion on the government’s efforts to either increase or decrease the incomes of specific segments of Americans with Gallup’s latest analysis of the subject. https://t.co/ved0209GKR

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 3:00pm
For the fourth year in a row, the Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida, metro area had the highest wellbeing of 156 U.S. communities. https://t.co/0diB7PhYGO https://t.co/xg4jFybRy2


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1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 10:50am
Headed into their presidential and parliamentary elections, a record 75% of Indonesians are confident in the honesty of their elections. https://t.co/788RzaeSiO https://t.co/QkfnVRJuQx


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1 month ago:   Monday Apr 15 - 5:25pm
Learn more about senior Americans’ concerns about paying for healthcare and the impact of risings costs on the U.S. economy with West Health and Gallup’s latest analysis of the subject. https://t.co/P8pLgIg9DT https://t.co/CxgcXt8ziN


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1 month ago:   Monday Apr 15 - 12:55pm
If the 2017 GOP tax cuts are lowering taxes, Americans aren’t feeling it. In fact, more think their taxes have increased rather than decreased as a result, but the plurality remain unsure. https://t.co/eyYKIVppc2

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1 month ago:   Monday Apr 15 - 7:55am
21% of Americans now say their taxes have increased as a result of the 2017 GOP tax cuts, up from 9% who said this in 2018. https://t.co/eyYKIVppc2

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1 month ago:   Sunday Apr 14 - 9:55am
59% of white Americans without four-year college degrees identify as Republicans or lean toward the GOP, while 34% of this group say they are Democrats or lean Democratic. https://t.co/uLX3sllDI3 https://t.co/Y0IAp4yKN8


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1 month ago:   Sunday Apr 14 - 7:55am
Indians’ confidence in the honesty of their elections is lowest in the country’s South, where 44% say they are confident. https://t.co/GpA84LYjxL https://t.co/3KdaD10Akd


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1 month ago:   Saturday Apr 13 - 1:55pm
Learn more about U.S. public opinion on the country’s engagement with the world in Gallup’s latest analysis of the subject. https://t.co/MRtwym3nv1

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1 month ago:   Saturday Apr 13 - 11:55am
Approval of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s job performance is lowest in the country’s South and West. https://t.co/GpA84LYjxL https://t.co/7y6LFl0OD0


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1 month ago:   Saturday Apr 13 - 8:55am
Americans continue to have net-negative views of the 2017 tax law -- 49% disapprove and 40% approve. Democrats' approval of the law is 16%, and Republicans' is 78%. https://t.co/eyYKIVppc2 https://t.co/bQxmEkG1hJ


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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 1:55pm
54% of white Americans with four-year college degrees identify as Democrats or lean toward the party, while 41% of this group say they are Republicans or lean toward the GOP. https://t.co/uLX3slDezB https://t.co/qEYB6QCHId


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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 11:55am
Trump Job Approval: Approve 45% (+6); Disapprove 51% (-6). Get the full trend https://t.co/Pf5ueTjTFN.

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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 9:52am
President Trump's job approval rating increased relatively sharply over the past month to 45% in April, matching his record high. https://t.co/hEqhRa5VOo

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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 7:55am
59% of white Americans without four-year college degrees identify as Republicans or lean toward the GOP, while 34% of this group say they are Democrats or lean Democratic. https://t.co/uLX3sllDI3 https://t.co/ilhaU1ZYth


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 11 - 1:30pm
Since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014, his approval ratings have been higher than 60%, but they have slipped within the past year. https://t.co/GpA84LYjxL https://t.co/rISpEJKqzm


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 11 - 10:50am
As the world's largest democracy starts its five-week general election, Indians' confidence in the honesty of their elections remains near a record high, with 67% confident in 2018. https://t.co/GpA84LYjxL https://t.co/Ryc5FqgoFN


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 10 - 2:30pm
Learn more about the public opinion fault lines on U.S. foreign policy in Gallup’s new analysis on the subject. https://t.co/J96pmUBQ46 https://t.co/cLjbU6Flyb


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 10 - 8:31am
Learn more about highly religious, white Protestants’ strong support for President Donald Trump, with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/ZzaSwwxmfb

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 9 - 2:55pm
Even as he faces looming indictments for bribery and breach of trust, longtime Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will likely remain popular with a core group of voters in today's general election. https://t.co/uMMavgfJiN https://t.co/XVUKiRvqr9


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1 month ago:   Monday Apr 8 - 9:00am
Americans are largely satisfied with 10 life aspects related to their finances, lifestyle, opportunities and social life. https://t.co/OFygtB8ieR https://t.co/fNyfek9nSS


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1 month ago:   Sunday Apr 7 - 10:55am
A record number of Russians (20%) now say that they would like to leave Russia if they could. https://t.co/D9Lf97jGMT https://t.co/WlQmQEAjmS


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1 month ago:   Sunday Apr 7 - 8:00am
When the unemployment rate spikes, Americans favor prioritizing economic growth over environmental protection. https://t.co/57kNtHj8Mq https://t.co/8IQ2khnZnd


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1 month ago:   Saturday Apr 6 - 9:55am
Are you a "have" or "have-not"? 56% of Americans classify themselves as "haves" and 36% as "have-nots." https://t.co/Ixz6pqcvF7 https://t.co/7tpoe6BR9h


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1 month ago:   Friday Apr 5 - 1:01pm
65% of Americans prioritize environmental protection over economic growth, compared with 30% who favor the economy over the environment. This is the widest pro-environment margin since 2000. https://t.co/57kNtHj8Mq https://t.co/N8v6SGnC97


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 4 - 11:55am
In 2018, 12% of adults who approve Putin’s job performance would like to migrate, while 40% of those who do not approve of Putin would like to migrate. https://t.co/D9Lf97jGMT https://t.co/6otLMZGrOA


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1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 4 - 8:45am
One in five Russians now say that they would like to leave Russia if they could. The percentage of working-age Russians who would like to leave has at least tripled since 2014; 44% of 15- to 29-year-olds would like to go. https://t.co/D9Lf97jGMT https://t.co/V0FWPJTDCz


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GallupNews
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 4 - 8:28am
RT @younism19: The percentage of working-age Russians who would like to move has tripled ⁦@GallupNewshttps://t.co/doDIF8572v

GallupNews
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 3 - 3:28pm
More than one in three U.S. Roman Catholics say they have considered leaving the church. @sr_simone Campbell joins the podcast to give context to Gallup's findings. https://t.co/r9Z1Gv7iM3 https://t.co/mrVZlr6k0b


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GallupNews
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 3 - 10:25am
70% of black Americans say the U.S. is divided into haves and have-nots, compared with 36% of non-Hispanic white Americans. https://t.co/Ixz6ppUUNz

GallupNews
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 3 - 8:15am
Algerians’ life ratings dropped to a record low in 2018, ahead of this year’s protests. https://t.co/gufmCQshaZ https://t.co/dFJXa2URqp


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