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7 hours ago:   Friday Jul 1 - 8:45am
Although Republicans (58%) are still far more likely than independents (34%) and Democrats (26%) to say they are extremely proud, Republicans’ national pride is at its lowest point on record. https://t.co/bt1UARFKSC

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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 3:33pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 talk with @julierworld20 and @cgbrookings about Gallup’s annual Global Emotions Report. https://t.co/kY2uq96KxK

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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 3:02pm
Learn more about the plague of bad managers vexing European employees with Gallup’s latest research. https://t.co/rtEBUEECWX https://t.co/CruXEzl1iU


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 1:39pm
The Supreme Court handed down a decision Thursday that limits the EPA’s ability to restrict greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. In March, 44% of Americans said they worried a great deal about the quality of the environment. https://t.co/gxcmGLWmGa https://t.co/hP122vSgKN


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 8:11am
67% of Americans now say recent increases in the price of gasoline have caused financial hardship for them or their household, up from 52% in April. https://t.co/MQ2OQA0EHf

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 12:13pm
Gallup’s latest research finds 33% of employees in the U.S. and Canada are engaged at work, the highest for any region around the globe. European workers are the least engaged, at 14%. https://t.co/FpU9djsvG1 https://t.co/MBqeHClzs2


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 11:27am
RT @juliemason: It's not just you -- the whole world is sadder and madder and it was not just the pandemic. Check out the 2022 Global Emotions survey from @Gallup with @JonCliftonDC https://t.co/1T8zxbR6kg via @SiriusXM

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 7:49am
The 38% of U.S. adults who say they are “extremely proud” to be American is the lowest since Gallup’s first measurement in 2001. https://t.co/MCZyRxuyqR

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 7:33am
RT @MasonMornings: Thanks @JonCliftonDC for joining @juliemason @MasonMornings on new @Gallup polling on global emotions.7:10 AM East SIRIUSXM. https://t.co/tGDLD3atUP

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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 3:24pm
67% of Americans now say recent increases in the price of gasoline have caused financial hardship for them or their household, up from 52% in April. https://t.co/1N6x79WBWW

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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 12:45pm
RT @JonCliftonDC: The world broke a lot of records last year. Corporate profits, venture capital funding, CO2 emissions, and the temperature of the oceans all reached record highs in 2021. But the world broke another record that hasn't made headlines yet ... https://t.co/WTZuJCO0rW


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 12:33pm
RT @axios: Gallup CEO Jon Clifton tells Axios that to flatten the curve on growing global unhappiness, private and public leaders need to focus on three things: • Improving well-being at work • Addressing global loneliness • Fixing global hunger https://t.co/4FbwLcOQNM

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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 11:39am
RT @Gallup: Understanding how people are feeling is essential to creating thriving workplaces, communities and countries. Read our 2022 Global Emotions Report, where we offer a snapshot of Gallup’s latest measurements of people’s positive and negative experiences. https://t.co/l98eYA76TK https://t.co/IpJiQs5R9k


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:47am
For 10 years in a row, European countries have topped the list of happiest places on Earth. But Europeans are also unhappier with their workplaces than anyone else in the world. Learn more about this contradiction with Gallup’s latest research. https://t.co/BlPej1o1w8 https://t.co/bO5QZa2s77


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 7:36am
RT @diplocourier: Emotionally, the second year of the pandemic was an even tougher year for the world than the first one: @Gallup's Negative Experience Index reached a new high and the Positive Experience Index dropped for the first time in years. @GallupNews @julierworld20 https://t.co/Y85whJ6T69

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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 7:36am
As 2021 served up a steady diet of uncertainty, the world became a slightly sadder, more worried and more stressed-out place than it was the year before -- which helped push Gallup’s Negative Experience Index to yet another new high of 33 in 2021. https://t.co/wa8PkYoRzl

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4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 8:47am
Gallup’s latest research finds 33% of employees in the U.S. and Canada are engaged at work, the highest for any region around the globe. European workers are the least engaged, at 14%. https://t.co/E2yXg8fdyv https://t.co/5CKuTzmtO6


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5 days ago:   Sunday Jun 26 - 2:00pm
President Biden’s job approval rating is holding steady at 41%, owing to consistent readings among Democrats. But the bottom is falling out of Americans’ satisfaction with the direction of the country, as Democrats become less content. https://t.co/drUxAvIaGa

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5 days ago:   Sunday Jun 26 - 10:12am
After years of declines, one in four Nigerians expressed confidence in the national government in 2021, which was not only the lowest level in the country in 12 years, but also the lowest level across Africa last year. https://t.co/D9rxGXrfwi

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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 10:41am
Americans’ confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court has fallen to a new low of 25%. https://t.co/hWrkz1OKwY https://t.co/yZFfgqEDva


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 10:22am
In May of this year, a steady 58% of Americans believed that Roe v. Wade should stand, while 35% wanted it to be reversed. https://t.co/It078am33v https://t.co/ONP08G6mfg


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:46am
A South African commission released its final reports this week detailing large-scale corruption under former President Jacob Zuma and the ruling African National Congress Party. In 2021, 88% of South Africans said corruption was widespread in their government. https://t.co/nrKvWWR6MO


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:41am
RT @JonCliftonDC: "It's a great place to live, but a terrible place to work." This has long been said about Spain, but is it true of all of Europe? https://t.co/Iw3j7P3oDw


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 3:18pm
Americans’ confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court has fallen to a new low of 25%. https://t.co/7QcmrGKs7F

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 2:42pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 and @George_Friedman discuss world leaders’ shifting focus on relations after the conflict in Ukraine. https://t.co/KANU7nrU5J

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 12:05pm
The FDA has ordered the popular vaping brand Juul to stop selling stop selling E-Cigarettes. In 2021, 6% of Americans reported having used E-Cigarettes in the previous week. https://t.co/yTH6QP9zAS

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 10:45am
Americans’ support for stricter gun laws has risen sharply in the wake of last month’s high-profile mass shootings. https://t.co/teqVP0AtfM https://t.co/m8qAiBycn3


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 3:51pm
President Biden’s job approval rating remains at 41% in June, matching recent months. But Americans’ satisfaction with the country’s direction keeps trending lower and is now down to 13%. https://t.co/4E3Yu6zMcg

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 1:33pm
While Americans have become more accepting of a variety of moral behaviors, they have a negative view of the state of morals in the U.S. overall. Learn more about this apparent contradiction in Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/9FsbLaY27S

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 3:16pm
Colombia's election of its first leftist president on Sunday could mean changes in its relationship with the U.S. In 2021, the majority of Colombians (64%) approved of the job performance of the leadership of the U.S. https://t.co/QPUGRxUkEn


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 1:26pm
RT @TheEconomist: “Today, 17% of people find it “very difficult” to get by on their present income—one of the highest shares we have recorded,” writes the head of @Gallup https://t.co/NTeR14pxpi

GallupNews
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 9:05am
After years of declines, one in four Nigerians expressed confidence in the national government in 2021, which was not only the lowest level in the country in 12 years, but also the lowest level across Africa last year. https://t.co/iSnIk4ujYh

GallupNews
1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 4:08pm
Israel will dissolve its government next week, setting the stage for the country’s fifth election in three years. After the last election in 2021, Israelis were divided: 44% were confident in their government and 45% were not. https://t.co/qGayIu2jJ8


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 3:48pm
A Japanese court on Monday upheld the country’s ban on same-sex marriage. In 2021, 38% of Japanese adults said their communities were good places for gay or lesbian people to live, while 34% said they were not. https://t.co/i1FZNjEo6A


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 10:38am
Today marks #WorldRefugeeDay, the UN designated day to honor refugees around the globe. Earlier this year, 78% of Americans approved of admitting up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war in their country, into the U.S. https://t.co/v34xwmYApX https://t.co/28VivhXRSk


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 6:48am
Viewing this on your phone? You’re not alone. 61% of Americans now use their smartphones to access social media. https://t.co/jqWxPegDUZ

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jun 19 - 6:48pm
RT @TheEconomist: Global unhappiness has been rising for a decade, says @JonCliftonDC. In a guest essay, he outlines how governments can make people happier https://t.co/NbFxAnpjeV

GallupNews
1 week ago:   Sunday Jun 19 - 2:01pm
More than six in 10 U.S. adults say the federal government has a responsibility to address the effects of the history of slavery in the U.S.; Americans are divided on whether the government should issue a formal apology. https://t.co/oVWjHmcdlt

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jun 19 - 10:03am
45% of Americans now agree that Juneteenth should be a federal holiday. https://t.co/z7mXPumeqs

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1 week ago:   Saturday Jun 18 - 4:00pm
Nearly eight in 10 Americans believe moral values in the U.S. are getting worse. https://t.co/NdujNYDcbG

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1 week ago:   Saturday Jun 18 - 10:01am
Colombians will head to the polls in the second round of their presidential election on Sunday. In 2021, 80% of Colombians said corruption was widespread in their government. https://t.co/xO5d52ljnu

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 3:01pm
Four in 10 U.S. adults, including 63% of Black adults, say Black people in the U.S. today are affected a lot by the history of slavery in the U.S. https://t.co/DRboQrMkxA

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 8:02am
81% of U.S. adults say they believe in God, down six percentage points from five years ago and the lowest in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/IZ9b1NC9bc https://t.co/Ky6JC77qy0


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 2:58pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 speak with @LydiaSaad1 about Americans’ leftward shift on the issue of abortion. https://t.co/6knMYRNNvE

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 2:23pm
Colombians are set to go to the polls in the second round of their presidential election. In 2021, 46% of Colombians said their local economies were getting worse. https://t.co/2Z1fAE2TnC

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 8:28am
Americans’ awareness of the Juneteenth holiday has increased in the past year, with 59% of U.S. adults now saying they know “a lot” or “some” about the holiday. https://t.co/vBC9hP9ura

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 4:01pm
Half of the world’s adults (50%) now say their city or area is a “good place” for gay and lesbian people to live -- a new high in Gallup World Poll’s trend dating back to 2005. https://t.co/u0A0FCc0r7 https://t.co/nwRIjtcKH8


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 8:58am
37% of adults 65 and older are concerned they will not be able to pay for needed healthcare services in the next year, according to the most recent @WestHealth-Gallup survey. https://t.co/gK0CfNYRKi

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 8:52am
The political environment leading up to the 2022 midterm elections appears to be very unfavorable for the Democratic Party. https://t.co/ydY0sD8Fnf

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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 12:17pm
Half of the world’s adults (50%) now say their city or area is a “good place” for gay and lesbian people to live -- double the figure of a decade ago. https://t.co/598axNEVm6

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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 8:03am
K-12 workers in the U.S. are more likely than workers in all other industries to say they feel burned out at work. https://t.co/xLHOXOJl4j

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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 11 - 12:36pm
There are significant gaps in liberals’ and conservatives’ perceptions of the morality of 19 issues measured except for human cloning and medical testing on animals. https://t.co/YJCZqOmbRD

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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 1:56pm
Americans are clearly concerned about inflation, both as it impacts their personal finances and the national economy. Learn more about the specifics of Americans’ views on the issue with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/BfMscZksWI

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 4:07pm
At the Summit of the Americas, the Biden administration pledged $331 million to fight food insecurity in Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2021, 43% of adults in the region said they struggled to afford food in the past year, tying the high in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/zpB7vuIniA


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 3:45pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 and @DeanBaker13 talk about inflation and what is to come. https://t.co/QS0QZJ2CHY

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 2:05pm
Although Ukraine remains skeptical, Turkish officials on Wednesday called negotiations to resume grain exports from Ukraine “fruitful.” In 2021, 51% of Turks said they did not have enough money to afford food in the previous 12 months. https://t.co/AfUvOyyWKf

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 8:19am
Extramarital affairs and cloning humans are seen as the most morally wrong behaviors of 19 measured. Using birth control and getting divorced are the most morally acceptable. https://t.co/s2RAne68d0

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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 8 - 10:18am
How should society weigh the potential harms of disinformation and hate speech with the risks of government intervention? Join @knightfdn and Gallup for an expert panel discussion on “The Future of Our Digital Public Square” today. https://t.co/DfFeQK8ul9 https://t.co/NQ7372UJtU


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 8 - 8:00am
LGBT identification has increased since 2012 in the three largest U.S. racial and ethnic groups. https://t.co/RiCKySeQ4Y

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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 7 - 8:17am
Republicans’ support to overturn Roe v. Wade is at a record high. https://t.co/WZ3XKRzQsC

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3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 6 - 10:35am
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a no-confidence vote, which could end his time in office. In Gallup’s most recent surveys in the U.K. in October and November, a majority of Britons (61%) lacked confidence in their national government. https://t.co/DGHfjOsBvU


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3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 6 - 10:02am
A record-low 16% of U.S. voters say abortion will not be a major issue for them in their vote for major offices. https://t.co/fHt9ZJBiMd

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3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 6 - 7:08am
Gallup asks adults in Latin America and the Caribbean if they would like to move to another country permanently if they could. In 2021, 37% said “yes.” This means roughly 169 million Latin Americans would like to migrate somewhere. https://t.co/viIcXc5Hdl

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3 weeks ago:   Sunday Jun 5 - 10:18am
Inflation, along with the government, is named most often as the most important problem facing the U.S. https://t.co/5VP6UpPEcX

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3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 4 - 4:00pm
71% of Americans approve support legal same-sex marriage, up from 27% the first time Gallup asked about the issue in 1996. https://t.co/867NgYBvod

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3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 4 - 9:55am
A steady 58% of Americans believe that Roe v. Wade should stand, while 35% want it to be reversed. https://t.co/rwk0dr8yTn

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4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 3 - 8:16am
RT @diplocourier: With Colombia's next elections looming, the incoming president will face substantial challenges. Over half of Colombians are struggling to meet basic needs, and only 28% rate their lives highly enough to be considered thriving, according to @GallupNews. https://t.co/FdKcHB5FzH

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4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 3 - 8:15am
For the first time in Gallup’s trend on the moral acceptability of abortion, originating in 2001, a majority of Americans (52%) consider abortion morally acceptable, while a record-low 38% call it morally wrong. https://t.co/U2hZ0CBmJn

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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 2 - 4:49pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 and Isha Vicaria from @Workhuman talk about how employers can create a thriving workplace and team environment through recognition. https://t.co/2pVUshTpvq

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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 2 - 11:37am
How should society weigh the potential harms of disinformation and hate speech with the risks of government intervention? Join @knightfdn and Gallup for an expert panel discussion on “The Future of Our Digital Public Square” on June 8. https://t.co/DfFeQK7WvB https://t.co/dPV047I6Vv


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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 2 - 10:53am
A steady 58% of Americans believe that Roe v. Wade should stand, while 35% want it to be reversed. https://t.co/MeTM6InMqN

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4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 1 - 5:26pm
Cookpad’s latest report, A Global Analysis of Cooking Around the World, Year 3, explored the effect that COVID-19 had on home cooking and eating behaviors around the world and how this intersected with people’s lives. @wci_cooking https://t.co/0QDXlKFDwZ

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4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 1 - 4:43pm
After graduation, respondents who graduated from @2Uinc powered boot camps were nearly four times as satisfied with their current jobs as they were with the jobs they had before their boot camp. https://t.co/G1eibb2tX7

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 1 - 3:00pm
The International Atomic Energy Agency estimates that Iran has enriched uranium beyond the level permitted under the 2015 nuclear deal. In February 2022, 76% of Americans viewed Iran’s development of nuclear weapons as a critical threat to the U.S. https://t.co/uU25i50Wrm https://t.co/YcZkEtqiew


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 1 - 12:17pm
71% of Americans support legal same-sex marriage, up from 27% the first time Gallup asked about the issue in 1996. Stay tuned for additional Gallup content on the LGBT community around the globe for #pridemonth2022. https://t.co/xLL8HDpYfq

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1 month ago:   Tuesday May 31 - 8:03am
Americans’ confidence in the economy has fallen in May, mostly due to increasingly negative evaluations of current economic conditions in the U.S. https://t.co/BWaxBc0JRw

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1 month ago:   Monday May 30 - 7:46am
President Joe Biden’s job approval rating is steady at 41%. https://t.co/RZdIpTj4fW

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1 month ago:   Sunday May 29 - 12:19pm
Black Americans are now less likely than they were in June 2020 to report having had an interaction with police in the past 12 months. When Gallup first asked this question in 2020, 42% said they had had such an interaction with police. Now, 25% say this. https://t.co/2Rd02t4s62

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1 month ago:   Saturday May 28 - 4:00pm
60% of Colombians say they are finding it difficult to get by on their current household income, and 52% report lacking money for food in the past 12 months. https://t.co/o3d0dPreAc

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1 month ago:   Saturday May 28 - 10:31am
Just 15% of U.S. workers think they will lose their jobs in next year. https://t.co/1IBJlpNr2x

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1 month ago:   Friday May 27 - 9:10am
Two years after George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis police, half of Americans (50%) support “major changes” to policing in the U.S., and another 39% favor “minor changes.” https://t.co/M2Q73dcbyQ

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1 month ago:   Thursday May 26 - 2:45pm
Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was sworn in Monday after the Labor Party’s victory in an election in which climate change was a key issue. In 2021, 53% of Australians were dissatisfied with efforts to preserve the environment in their country. https://t.co/P7RDLCvkKK


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1 month ago:   Thursday May 26 - 10:06am
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1 month ago:   Thursday May 26 - 9:04am
28% of Colombians rate their lives highly enough to be considered thriving, the lowest level in Gallup’s trend. https://t.co/gGjkiiE600

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1 month ago:   Tuesday May 24 - 3:32pm
President Joe Biden’s job approval rating is steady at 41%. https://t.co/AmY4NTgIpP

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1 month ago:   Tuesday May 24 - 9:56am
Fewer Americans continue to identify as middle or upper-middle class than did so before the Great Recession. https://t.co/ephCjw7HDK

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1 month ago:   Monday May 23 - 8:48am
34% of Americans say the pandemic is over. https://t.co/0LU4aAPIZ7

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1 month ago:   Saturday May 21 - 10:16am
51% of Americans now favor nuclear power as one of the ways to provide the U.S. with electricity, while 47% are opposed. https://t.co/KC8ASGRvO7

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1 month ago:   Friday May 20 - 9:05am
The 41% of Americans who said in March that they worry a great deal about race relations remains elevated but is down seven percentage points from 2021. https://t.co/9TVuZRxwJZ

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1 month ago:   Thursday May 19 - 3:24pm
Tune in to hear @younism19 and @megtbrenan talk about Americans’ lessened concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/EYRVvtIND9

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1 month ago:   Thursday May 19 - 2:02pm
Nearly all Americans express concern over the way major technology companies use their personal data and the spread of misinformation online. Read our latest insights with @knightfdn: https://t.co/CAFk2C1spP https://t.co/KhZus7j0qW


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1 month ago:   Thursday May 19 - 9:07am
Slightly more U.S. adults identify as middle or upper-middle class than as working or lower class. https://t.co/8hOWjzCNtE

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1 month ago:   Wednesday May 18 - 4:13pm
Turkey has reportedly objected to Finland’s and Sweden’s application for NATO membership, which key members of the U.S. government have endorsed. In 2021, 22% of Turks approved of U.S. leadership, while 37% approved of Russia’s leadership. https://t.co/optbbylnJh


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1 month ago:   Wednesday May 18 - 12:51pm
RT @diplocourier: As inflation in Turkey hits sky-high levels, Turks rate their lives worse than ever, and the majority find it hard to get by. Turks' struggles have rocked their confidence in the national government, now at a record-low 37%, finds @GallupNews. https://t.co/vVnXnjUPEq

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1 month ago:   Wednesday May 18 - 12:35pm
Turkey has reportedly blocked NATO from starting talks with Finland and Sweden, who want to join the alliance because of security concerns about Russia. In 2021, 37% of Turks approved of Russia’s leadership, which is on the higher end of Gallup’s trend. Nearly half disapproved. https://t.co/uYGjj3q4Nb


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1 month ago:   Wednesday May 18 - 9:26am
Lebanese voters were primed for change ahead of elections on Sunday that saw Hezbollah and its allies lose their parliamentary majority. A record high 66% of Lebanese adults rated their lives so poorly they can be considered suffering. https://t.co/tTzdRz5ZTJ


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1 month ago:   Tuesday May 17 - 10:49am
64% of U.S. adults now say the COVID-19 situation is getting better, 21% report it is staying the same, and 12% say it is getting worse. https://t.co/XzHdmCLN9v

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1 month ago:   Tuesday May 17 - 8:02am
The internet and social media are fixtures in American social and civic life. Learn how thoughts and behaviors regarding politics have been shaped by social media in our latest report with @knightfdn: https://t.co/x0M9EGJ1Ks https://t.co/DQR07LwiY1


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1 month ago:   Monday May 16 - 9:06am
Three in five Americans say they would still choose to wear a mask if they were on a flight in the next few days. https://t.co/HyL5GosQTS

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1 month ago:   Saturday May 14 - 4:00pm
How does Americans’ personal religiosity relate to their views on abortion? Learn more with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/9ufivFHNGu