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20 hours ago:   Saturday Feb 4 - 7:01am
Today’s average issue satisfaction rating is tied with 2022’s for the lowest Gallup has recorded in its measurements since 2001 but is not vastly different from the past. https://t.co/wQQgdKDYce

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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 9:04am
American adults are sour on several broad aspects of the country -- from the economy to morality and life quality. https://t.co/tOm4OtPait

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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 8:37am
Ahead of the EU-Ukraine summit on Friday in Kyiv, EU leaders voiced support for Ukraine’s bid to join the bloc. In 2022, 73% Ukrainians said they expected their country to join the EU in the next 10 years. https://t.co/lUK0qIMtMr


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 9:03am
How do Americans feel before President Biden’s State of the Union address? We’ve updated public satisfaction trends to take the pulse of the nation. https://t.co/YjID22l1vn

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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 7:02am
In 2022, a record-high 65% of Ethiopians reported they struggled to afford food in the past year. https://t.co/WCZq74p0vi

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 12:35pm
Gallup CEO @JonCliftonDC joins @CEOMagazineASIA to discuss his recent book Blind Spot: The Global Rise of Unhappiness and How Leaders Missed It. Visit the link below to read more about the unhappiness epidemic in the world today. https://t.co/E8yuzwiRk7

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 11:04am
In 2022, satisfaction ranged from a low of 13% in June and July, a time of high gas prices and rising inflation, to a high of 24% in March. https://t.co/Wm12CHPEgN


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:58pm
Looking for even more insights on our constantly evolving world? Sign up for @gallup’s The Week in Charts newsletter today to get updates on the issues that every leader should be thinking about.   https://t.co/QYF1XeDXir

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:58pm
The biggest national expenditure in America is healthcare. Nothing else comes close. Yet, Americans' views have fluctuated over the years on exactly who is responsible for ensuring that all Americans are covered. https://t.co/emxSYXF2yK


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:58pm
The grades are in, and America is giving some low ones to U.S. businesses in several major areas of focus for the ESG movement. https://t.co/LDpJrFQ5we


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:58pm
There’s a lot of noise out there. Looking for the insights that truly matter? Sign up for @gallup’s The Week in Charts newsletter delivered directly to your email inbox. Here’s what you missed from this week’s newsletter if you haven’t signed up yet. https://t.co/QYF1XeDXir

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:07pm
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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:07pm
Furthermore, 72% of Americans say the economy is getting worse, 22% say it is improving, and 4% think it is staying the same.

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:07pm
Currently, more than four in five U.S. adults rate economic conditions in the country as only fair (38%) or poor (45%), with few describing conditions as excellent (2%) or good (15%).

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:03pm
Currently, 64% of Americans say it is a good time to find a quality job in the U.S., which is statistically unchanged from last month but eight points lower than the January 2022 reading. https://t.co/G8Wh5OfBmr


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 7:02am
23% of U.S. adults are satisfied with the way things are going in the U.S., similar to last month. https://t.co/MBlLQTxuXh

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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 10:22am
Mentions of the government as the nation’s most important problem have risen in the past month. https://t.co/FdhhnzoTCf

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 4:01pm
Gallup CEO @JonCliftonDC joins @ajkeen on the Keen On podcast to discuss the anger, stress and worry behind the global rise of unhappiness. Tune in through the link below. https://t.co/5fd9AHRgAo

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 3:02pm
Gallup’s latest Polling Matters Blog explores the challenges of healthcare reform, including costs, coverage, access and quality. https://t.co/OLJ4Dxjj5Q

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 1:34pm
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day – The Gallup Vault shows in November 1938 that Americans overwhelmingly indicated that they disapproved of the Nazi treatment of Jews in Germany. Read more about the public opinion at the time here: https://t.co/meQNSBCtFk

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 2:49pm
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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 2:49pm
Is having friends at work a perk, distraction or modern-day expectation? What was once perhaps looked down upon as clique-ish or disinviting is turning out to be one of the most important factors in retaining talent on a team. https://t.co/TQcmHpO84y


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 2:49pm
Ecuador is among the countries where many people are feeling forced to migrate. Most concerning is the relative collapse in perceptions of safety in the nation. https://t.co/knWs5R6r81


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 2:49pm
Did you know there is still a major crisis at the southern border of the U.S.?   It's amazing how the public's focus fades in and out on the massive challenge the U.S. has had for generations concerning migrants who cross its southern border illegally. https://t.co/ABRIiwz2mP


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 2:49pm
There’s a lot of noise out there. Looking for the insights that truly matter? Sign up for @gallup’s The Week in Charts newsletter delivered directly to your email inbox. Here’s what you missed from this week’s newsletter if you haven’t signed up yet.  https://t.co/ctZF12USNp

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 4:23pm
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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 4:23pm
This rating is one of Gallup’s lowest second-year averages; only Trump’s was lower.

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 4:23pm
There are partisan differences -- Throughout Biden’s second year in office, an average 83% of Democrats, 37% of independents and 5% of Republicans approved of the job he was doing. https://t.co/8dgrtzALrq


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 4:23pm
Gallup has reported on presidential job approval since 1938. Explore our presidential approval center: https://t.co/zVfN8nkX4A

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 4:23pm
President Biden’s latest job approval rating is 41%. https://t.co/9YgIooQlIp https://t.co/gmCyDHYONP


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 11:04am
Americans prefer that the nation’s healthcare system be based on private insurance (53%) rather than run by the government (43%). https://t.co/QMNoF5iCba

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 2:28pm
Ukraine dismissed more than a dozen senior officials on Tuesday as part of the government’s anti-corruption drive. Nearly three in four (74%) Ukrainians in 2022 said corruption is widespread in their government, which is on the lower end of the trend since 2006. https://t.co/dtYozYDfhC


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 7:02am
Just under one in five potential migrants (18%), or about 160 million adults worldwide, named the U.S. as their desired future residence in 2021. This figure is down from where it was in all years leading up to 2017. https://t.co/xaPrDBwmn1

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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 3:44pm
A 57% majority of U.S. adults believe that the federal government should ensure all Americans have healthcare coverage. Yet nearly as many, 53%, prefer that the U.S. healthcare system be based on private insurance rather than run by the government. https://t.co/JKl5Z9LcpD


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 11:27am
A steady 57% majority of U.S. adults believe that the federal government should ensure all Americans have healthcare coverage. https://t.co/BNgvbLLLWe

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 4:47pm
While members of the Republican Party have 72% claiming conservative. Learn more through the link below. https://t.co/10ZiFMEHZO

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 4:46pm
Democrats grew more likely to identify as liberal in 2022 (54%), and 36% moderate.

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 4:45pm
Within each party – how do Americans claim their personal political views? -- very conservative, conservative, moderate, liberal or very liberal?

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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 1:12pm
Nearly two in three Ecuadorians (64%) interviewed last year said they do not feel safe walking alone at night where they live, while just 35% said they feel safe. https://t.co/REAaC9jBVq

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 9:41am
Jacinda Ardern announced her resignation. She became PM of New Zealand in 2017 – in 2019 her approval rating reached a high of 82%, and her latest approval rating in 2022 stood at 57%. https://t.co/ZLwT9Bva37


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 9:04am
Lower-income adults, younger adults and women in the U.S. have consistently been more likely than their counterparts to say they or a family member have delayed care for a serious medical condition. https://t.co/Ccx72CLxAO

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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 7:02am
For the first time in Gallup’s 20-year trend, less than half of adults give high marks to the quality of U.S. healthcare. https://t.co/7w1j9bMBxW

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 4:26pm
The even division reflected a shift – where more Americans are claiming or leaning as a Republican. Learn more here: https://t.co/Hi3bdi1w9W

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 4:25pm
2022 is one of the only times when party preference is evenly divided -- 45% identified as or leaned Republican; 44% identified as or leaned Democratic.

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 4:24pm
Starting back in the 1990s when Gallup began regularly measuring and reporting party identification – there tended to be more Americans who were Democrats compared to Republicans.

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:42am
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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:42am
Should corporations take a public stance on current events? We explored that issue in our latest research with @bentleyu and found that Americans are rather split on the question. https://t.co/aoyd6o6oF9


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:41am
At a time when so much of our public narrative focuses on the partisan tussles on Capitol Hill and beyond, it's always good to keep in mind that independents are the largest — but perhaps not the loudest — chunk of the American public. https://t.co/ZJLxxlept2


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:40am
There’s a lot of noise out there. Looking for the insights that truly matter? Sign up for @Gallup’s The Week in Charts newsletter delivered directly to your email inbox. Here’s what you missed from this week’s newsletter if you haven’t signed up yet. https://t.co/5z36r0neVe

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 3:04pm
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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 3:04pm
Curious to know how Americans use social media? https://t.co/X4YwxDLwZL


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 3:03pm
When it comes to social media, Americans seem to use it more as information sources to find out what is happening with others and to hear what others think than to share their own experiences and opinions with other people.

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 3:02pm
Younger adults are far more active than older adults across almost all social media platforms. The one exception is Facebook.

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 3:02pm
When it comes to sharing social content, Facebook and Instagram users are most likely to post content.

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 3:01pm
When it comes to social media, where do U.S. adults report spending their time? According to our latest insights, @facebook and @YouTube are the most used, followed by @instagram. @Twitter, @tiktok_us and @LinkedIn trail in next.

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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 1:03pm
The percentage of Americans reporting they or a family member postponed medical treatment in 2022 due to cost rose 12 points in one year, to 38%, the highest in Gallup’s 22-year trend. https://t.co/G37mr1fW1M

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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 16 - 1:27pm
In the past 3 years concern about race relations has increased among all racial/ethnic groups -- although most among Black adults, rising 20 percentage points to 74% from 2020 to 2021-2022. https://t.co/Kd3tizh7k9 https://t.co/5sGHjOBRAe


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 16 - 1:26pm
Americans chose King as second most admired person of the century in 1999. He made top ten Most Admired list twice between 1963-67. https://t.co/cw28oqWU1i https://t.co/VxgNXoSTer


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 16 - 1:25pm
In 1963, Americans had a grim outlook for the state of race relations to come. Despite this, Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech set a tone of hope for the civil rights movement's course moving forward. https://t.co/flHRaHhFEt https://t.co/HvUUU8S6sE


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 16 - 1:23pm
To celebrate MLK Day -- @Gallup looks back at past and present polling on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy and progress on his work on equity:

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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 16 - 10:08am
RT @younism19: Look how far Dr King has come in his popularity ratings after his death. He was not nearly as popular in the 1960"s #MLKDay2023 #MLKJr https://t.co/LV9DDDZchN


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3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jan 14 - 7:01am
Democrats are more than twice as likely to define themselves as politically liberal than they were two decades ago. https://t.co/pb9Y7tLw0W

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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 13 - 3:02pm
Czechs head to the polls this weekend to choose their next president. Read Gallup’s latest on how Czechs are thinking and feeling as they vote. https://t.co/7bJlK9omql

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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 13 - 10:02am
Democrats rate high school teachers, journalists and labor union leaders higher than Republicans, while Republicans rate police and clergy members higher than Democrats. https://t.co/zImH1J2Q2u

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 12 - 3:02pm
Democrats grew more likely to identify as liberal in 2022, up four points to 54%, while Republicans remained overwhelmingly conservative. https://t.co/9dwpAtJ7tK

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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 12 - 9:03am
Americans’ party preferences were evenly divided in 2022, after Democrats held advantages of three points or more each year since 2011. https://t.co/dX28H8mE9J

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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:20pm
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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:19pm
It's a safe bet that many Americans will list "less deathscrolling" as a goal for the new year, and this may be particularly true for those accounts they report using most frequently — Facebook and YouTube. https://t.co/nU6ap7ghUM


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:19pm
Nearly four in 10 Americans (38%) report they or a family member put off needed care because of its cost in 2022, a record high in our trend. https://t.co/dfhmwogphn


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:18pm
Measuring public perceptions of the honesty and ethics of various professions is one of Gallup's most important trends. Nurses kept their No. 1 spot last year, capturing the highest rating for honesty and ethics among 18 industries tested. https://t.co/7nsBNXluUs


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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:17pm
There’s a lot of noise out there. Looking for the insights that truly matter? Sign up for @Gallup’s The Week in Charts newsletter delivered directly to your email inbox. Here’s what you missed from this week’s newsletter if you haven’t signed up yet. https://t.co/LelX8KSQGV

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3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 11:04am
Young adults are much more likely than older adults to use a variety of social media platforms, particularly Instagram, but Facebook usage is similar across age groups. https://t.co/HNMsKEj3fj

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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 2:30pm
Approval ratings of U.S. leadership in Mexico and Canada are much lower today than they were the last time the “Three Amigos” met in 2021: Approval stood at 36% in Mexico and 33% in Canada in 2022. https://t.co/3CQrN9NJX3


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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 1:03pm
Americans continue to rate nurses as having the highest ethical standards among 18 professions, while telemarketers and members of Congress remain the lowest-rated fields. https://t.co/GBfOjuA3Q2

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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 12:01pm
Americans widely use popular social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, but are more inclined to browse than to contribute their own content. https://t.co/PfYDOCTZSp

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3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 9:03am
About half of Americans say businesses should take a stance on political and social issues, including majorities of Democrats and young adults. https://t.co/atPaX0ljJR

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4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jan 7 - 7:50am
Only 1 out of every 3 adult Americans who set goals for themselves actually take 3 key steps to reach their objectives. https://t.co/KxqFJ4hogb

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1 month ago:   Thursday Jan 5 - 11:03am
Have you set a New Year’s Resolution? Gallup finds that 7 in 10 Americans plan to set goals for themselves in 2023. https://t.co/kMD43LwHQO

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 4 - 7:01pm
Democrats are significantly more likely than Republicans to predict that a series of positive economic, political and societal outcomes will occur in 2023. https://t.co/POPIzZ5bC6

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 4 - 10:01am
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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 4 - 10:00am
We also updated a classic Gallup trend asking Americans to give their predictions for the country on a range of dimensions. The picture isn't pretty, with Americans more pessimistic than optimistic about what 2023 will be like economically, socially and politically. https://t.co/lZIyIguPud


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 4 - 9:59am
We polled Americans to see how many brave souls out there were setting New Year’s goals for this year — and, most interestingly, what those goals are about. https://t.co/pinpxcfvck


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 4 - 9:58am
As a new year launches, it's a great time for us to remember that our job, or the relationship we have with it, has an impact on our own mental health. https://t.co/6aS1uksLrz


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Jan 4 - 9:58am
There’s a lot of noise out there. Looking for the insights that truly matter? Sign up for @Gallup’s The Week in Charts newsletter delivered directly to your email inbox. Here’s what you missed from this week’s newsletter if you haven’t signed up yet. https://t.co/lB3kjuMue4

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Jan 3 - 9:56am
Majorities of Americans predict negative outcomes in 2023 for a host of economic, political, societal and international issues. https://t.co/B3NKdJ3Inv

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1 month ago:   Sunday Jan 1 - 12:19pm
Tensions are high in Brazil ahead of President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s inauguration on Sunday. Supporters of defeated President Jair Bolsonaro – who earned approval from fewer than four in 10 Brazilians before the election – are calling for the military to stage a coup. https://t.co/A5ncFYexrH


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1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 29 - 3:08pm
Not all Americans will be toasting the New Year with champagne, because more than a third don’t drink. https://t.co/lmWbNYFXel

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 28 - 11:03am
Global emotions. Ukraine. Afghanistan. Safety. Elections. All of them made headlines in 2022, but what was the biggest data discovery from Gallup’s World Poll? https://t.co/ETAaQ9TcVp

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 27 - 11:46am
Learn about our top 10 findings from 2022, U.S. edition. https://t.co/HBnWX3Xr3X

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 27 - 11:42am
RT @JonCliftonDC: What Obama wondered as President - the government spends billions on intelligence, but why couldn't anyone foresee the Arab Uprisings? @carnegiecouncil https://t.co/gZVti8YXp7


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1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 8:34pm
RT @semafor: How happy are you? The world is getting unhappier and our partners at @GallupNews found some reasons why https://t.co/FAnG9ib4vh


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1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 10:39am
A study conducted in partnership with the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation finds that, on average, people are more likely to always (34%) or often (39%) feel at peace with their thoughts and feelings rather than rarely (17%) or never (5%). https://t.co/kUCTTEMwIh

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1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 9:03am
Nearly one-quarter of U.S. adults, 23%, report having visited a psychologist, therapist, psychiatrist or some other mental health professional in the past 12 months. https://t.co/HARZH6nMVO

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 3:02pm
About one in three U.S. adults say they attend religious services weekly or nearly weekly, while 67% say they attended that often while growing up. https://t.co/ddWuuwNj9D

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 2:43pm
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Wednesday visits the U.S., where he is expected to request additional military support to fight Russia. Seventy percent of all Ukrainians interviewed in early September said their country should continue fighting until it wins the war. https://t.co/zXTisJPHHF


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 12:30pm
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Wednesday will be in the U.S., where he will meet with President Joe Biden and address Congress. In 2022, a record-high 66% of Ukrainians say they approve of U.S. leadership, almost double what it was in 2021. https://t.co/9SKnkeNanh


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 9:29am
Americans’ positive self-assessments of their mental health are at their lowest point in more than two decades of Gallup polling. https://t.co/2OTqPEPwR7

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1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 20 - 1:51pm
The Taliban on Tuesday banned women from attending universities –on top of the other restrictions the group has placed on women since it reclaimed power. In 2022, a record-low 22% of Afghans said women in their country are treated with respect and dignity. https://t.co/A7rSFpr38o https://t.co/LDvR7LeVs1


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1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 2:29pm
It’s been a quarter century since Titanic was released in U.S. theaters on Dec. 19, 1997, quickly amassing record box-office sales and eventually becoming the first movie to earn more than $1 billion worldwide. https://t.co/qrHZzLuVD8 https://t.co/MsDAHlk39y


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1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 11:10am
On the 25th anniversary of the release of Titanic, we return to March 1998 to see how much backing Americans gave the romantic drama that won the top Oscar. https://t.co/t5Nkg4bmNo