GallupNews 20 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 1:21pm The U.K.’s House of Lords voted Monday to make misogyny a hate crime. In 2021, 78% of Britons said women were treated with respect in the U.K. https://t.co/Lsp9X28NO2
Link to Image GallupNews 1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 8:51am In 2021, an average of 42% of U.S. adults identified as independents, 29% as Democrats and 27% as Republicans. https://t.co/0q0mVkuCSm GallupNews 1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 3:39pm On this, the day set aside to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his fight against racial injustice, Black Americans are more likely to report being mistreated in several situations than they were in recent years.
Link to Image GallupNews 1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 2:41pm This Martin Luther King day, Americans reflect on the current state of race relations in the U.S. and public opinion on the issue. Gallup first asked about Americans’ views on the issue in 1939. Learn more in this look back. https://t.co/dkQfQumGWB GallupNews 1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 12:54pm Martin Luther King Day marks a time for many Americans to reflect on the struggle against racism. In Gallup’s recent research, 84% of Black Americans said racism was widespread, compared with 59% of White Americans who said the same. https://t.co/MaqUvF2Ylnhttps://t.co/HJtsGKZfEs
Link to Image GallupNews 1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 10:26am The day before he was assassinated, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech where he pronounced U.S. society “sick” due to violence and racism in society. Shortly after his death, Gallup asked Americans if they agreed. https://t.co/EXpeUChQ6i GallupNews 2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 8:18am Today Americans remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and his commitment to racial equality. Gallup’s most recent research shows Americans have become less confident in recent years that equality exists for Black people in housing or jobs. https://t.co/D8S272L7xthttps://t.co/TPkcVzLTL0
Link to Image GallupNews 2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 12:00pm Eight in 10 U.S. adults say they have donated money to a charitable or religious organization in the past year, while 56% have volunteered their time. https://t.co/ak1XbemVfo GallupNews 3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 3:00pm 36% of Americans now say clergy have very high or high standards of honesty and ethics, down from 42% in 2017. Learn more about Americans' ratings of other professions with Gallup's latest analysis. https://t.co/VTbmoUzYHp GallupNews 3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 10:24am Before the unrest in Kazakhstan, 23% of people were finding it difficult or very difficult to get by on their current incomes. https://t.co/MvBaAbRD96 GallupNews 4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 12:38pm Americans’ volunteerism remains suppressed even as their charitable donations have bounced back from a 2020 downturn. https://t.co/IAZpPkJgsh GallupNews 5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 4:53pm The Supreme Court struck down a Biden administration mandate that all employers with more than 100 employees require those workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In September, 68% of Americans were in favor of the mandate. https://t.co/jtnioKtqd2 GallupNews 5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 4:00pm Tune in to hear @younism19 speak with Gallup CEO Jim Clifton about the future of U.S. workplaces. How many employees will return? https://t.co/9hWOmGO2kJ GallupNews 5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 1:22pm Sweden’s government announced Thursday that it has boosted its military presence in the Baltic Sea because of rising tensions with Russia. In 2021, 88% of Swedes disapproved of Russia’s leadership. Swedes’ approval of Russia’s leadership has not topped 9% in the past 15 years. https://t.co/QNkOCwo68R
Link to Image GallupNews 5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:13pm This week, the American Cancer Society released its annual report documenting a substantial drop in U.S. mortality rates for cancer in the last 20 years. Gallup recently found cancer still ranks as the top illness Americans worry most about getting. https://t.co/PODyzaUMWyhttps://t.co/kkTTEZVMqY
Link to Image GallupNews 6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 4:55pm RT @chrisvogliano: Check out our latest blog post on the Global Diet Quality Project, featuring info about the 100+ ready to use country-adapted DQQ tools: https://t.co/Tk6C0zpj56 GallupNews 6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 3:37pm Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was appointed to a second term in the post by President Joe Biden on Monday. In Gallup’s most recent reading on Powell, 53% of Americans approved of the job he was doing. https://t.co/UoweqesVzkhttps://t.co/dBpaCtXqL2
Link to Image GallupNews 6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 12:13pm Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega was sworn in for a fourth consecutive term on Monday, shortly after the U.S. and EU imposed sanctions related to his election in November. At the time of the election, 50% of Nicaraguans were confident in the honesty of their elections. https://t.co/Pf5hVWBoLf
Link to Image GallupNews 6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 11:12am Talks between the U.S. and Russia over tensions in Ukraine showed little progress Monday. Ukrainians place relatively little faith in the leadership of either country. In 2021, 37% of Ukrainians approved of the leadership of the U.S., while 12% approved of Russia’s leadership. https://t.co/rsfeUFClkZ
Link to Image GallupNews 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 8:57am 61% of Americans now say military leaders have very high or high standards of honesty and ethics, down from 71% in 2017. Learn more about Americans' ratings of other professions with Gallup's latest analysis. https://t.co/BVyHYU6mjl GallupNews 1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 1:25pm Americans’ volunteerism remains suppressed even as their charitable donations have bounced back from a 2020 downturn. https://t.co/tNQlph7XZGhttps://t.co/MRXciFpqGO
Link to Image GallupNews 1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 8:34am While the percentage of Americans who read books in the past year remains above 80%, fewer report reading more than 10 books, leading to a decline in book reading overall. https://t.co/mVyOQVKkQD GallupNews 1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 9 - 11:24am Fewer Americans took to the air in 2021 than pre-pandemic, with the decline stemming from fewer employed Americans taking flights. https://t.co/wIdmV744CK GallupNews 1 week ago:   Saturday Jan 8 - 12:38pm Learn more about the controversy over the term “Latinx” with Gallup’s latest analysis of public opinion on the issue. https://t.co/kDwOqRKKuU GallupNews 1 week ago:   Friday Jan 7 - 12:32pm Americans watched an average 1.4 movies in a movie theater over the past 12 months. https://t.co/K9ZvbmFMIv GallupNews 1 week ago:   Friday Jan 7 - 9:05am Six months into Joe Biden's presidency, approval ratings of U.S. leadership around the world had largely rebounded from the record-low ratings observed during the Donald Trump administration. Read our recap of the big stories from 2021. https://t.co/kXLdzQiANe GallupNews 1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 1:52pm Thursday marks the first anniversary of the events of Jan. 6, 2021. Later that year, 50% of Americans expressed confidence in the honesty of U.S. elections, well above the 30% record low in 2016. https://t.co/tBjyeY5nMi
Link to Image GallupNews 1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 8:41am While travel is still dampened due to the pandemic, Americans who are flying took an average of 3.6 trips in 2021, at the low end of the normal range in the 2000s. https://t.co/u3oW8O7YaS GallupNews 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 5 - 1:38pm RT @JonCliftonDC: Sneak peak - large shifts in wellbeing immediately following the 2020 election.
14 point decrease for Republicans; 9 point increase for Dems.
Full article coming soon. https://t.co/haj4k3DPUL
Link to Image GallupNews 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 5 - 1:12pm Civil unrest broke out in Kazakhstan on Sunday over rising fuel prices. In 2021, 22% of Kazakhstanis reported it was difficult or very difficult to get by on their household incomes – nearly double the numbers in 2019 and 2020. https://t.co/ToGIM5BgVI
Link to Image GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 4 - 2:56pm Theranos founder and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes was found guilty on Monday on four charges of defrauding investors. Since 2006, the majority of Americans have said corruption is widespread within businesses in the U.S., including the 64% who said so in 2021. https://t.co/zdYgRYLrrA
Link to Image GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 3 - 1:02pm Germany’s Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock visits the U.S. on Wednesday. In 2021, 54% of Americans approved of Germany’s leadership and 42% of Germans approved of U.S. leadership. https://t.co/z4qU8icAq7https://t.co/DDiXHSSvhe
Link to Image GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 3 - 11:19am What percentage of Americans say they are overweight? Learn more with Gallup’s latest research. https://t.co/11xJGsxxqm GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Sunday Jan 2 - 10:44am Americans’ opinions on social and political issues soared to new highs and sank to new lows in 2021. https://t.co/2ObI7Gm7dO GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 31 - 9:02am Uganda’s schools have been closed since March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to the government’s announcement that it plans to re-open schools next year, 62% of Ugandans were dissatisfied with their educational system. https://t.co/gksyFBoeML
Link to Image GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Dec 30 - 8:46am Majorities of Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. approve of the job Chief Justice John Roberts is doing -- the only high-profile government leader to earn such bipartisan support. https://t.co/cEjTiAKcUM GallupNews 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Dec 29 - 12:01pm Find out why 2021 was a record-breaking year in American public opinion. https://t.co/15hWwqN0YE GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Dec 29 - 8:35am South Korea’s former president, Park Geun-hye, will be pardoned Friday after serving nearly five years in prison for corruption. Nearly two in three South Koreans surveyed this year say corruption is widespread in their government. https://t.co/mLAr98Y5kw
Link to Image GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 28 - 11:57am 38% of Americans are now very or somewhat worried about contracting COVID-19, little changed since August. https://t.co/LuauBXCvsq GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 7:42am Chief Justice John Roberts is the best rated of 11 prominent U.S. leaders, with 60% of Americans approving of how he’s handling his job. https://t.co/yJJQDc7FEh GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 26 - 11:23am The percentage of U.S. adults who cite any economic concern as the most important problem in the country has edged up three percentage points to 29%, the highest level in about five years. https://t.co/7QhkI8V3h8 GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 25 - 6:55am Roughly three-quarters of Americans have a religious preference, with the vast majority of these Christian. Fewer Americans today than in the past have a religious preference. https://t.co/lXeUeeXGBa GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 24 - 8:17am 38% of Americans are now very or somewhat worried about contracting COVID-19, little changed since August. https://t.co/X7lW55X0oa GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Dec 23 - 7:51am Most Americans have a religious preference, but less than half say that religion is “very important” to them, that they belong to a church or that they regularly attend religious services. https://t.co/MebBZIWfxO GallupNews 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Dec 22 - 12:01pm Chileans’ choice on Sunday to pick leftist lawmaker Gabriel Boric as their next president reflects their discontent with the political status quo. In 2019 and 2020, fewer than one in five Chileans expressed confidence in their government. https://t.co/OokHqh0mII
Link to Image GallupNews 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Dec 22 - 7:55am Americans’ confidence in the economy has dropped to where it was in April 2020, when nationwide shutdowns brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic plunged the nation into a recession. https://t.co/OlDYOMeCZn GallupNews 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 1:02pm Poles protested this weekend against a new media law that demonstrators say attacks media freedom. For the first time since 2010, the majority of Poles (52%) say the media in their country do not have a lot of freedom. https://t.co/wuvo0WaCZT
Link to Image GallupNews 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 9:05am Joe Biden’s job approval is holding steady at 43% in the latest Gallup poll. https://t.co/50JrkDH8AG GallupNews 4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 4:04pm Chile’s peso tumbled on Monday, reflecting economic uncertainty after the election of leftist lawmaker Gabriel Boric. The country’s economy has roared back since 2020, when 50% of Chileans saw local conditions getting worse. https://t.co/grtyAQQdo9
Link to Image GallupNews 4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 11:03am RT @JonCliftonDC: As Chile legalizes same-sex marriage, Gallup finds that 68% of Chileans believe that their community is a good place for the LGBTQ+ community - a new high in the history of Gallup's tracking. https://t.co/QgYkOiMDel
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 7:34am 31% of Americans now say the COVID-19 situation in the U.S. is improving, down from 51% in October. https://t.co/HnMnqVh4vN GallupNews 1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 19 - 3:00pm Five percent of U.S. workers are unvaccinated and work for an employer with a vaccination requirement; about half of these workers say they plan to get vaccinated. https://t.co/fnfiSHG8sO GallupNews 1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 19 - 10:00am U.S. investors’ net optimism score on inflation (the percentage optimistic minus the percentage pessimistic) declined to -60 in Q4 2021. https://t.co/kDQAWrhE8O GallupNews 1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 18 - 3:00pm Learn more about Americans’ views of socialism and capitalism with Gallup’s latest analysis. https://t.co/aY1QdwQhTa GallupNews 1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 18 - 10:38am Parents of minor children in the U.S. are less worried that their child will get COVID-19 than they were three months ago, while their concern about contracting it themselves is steady at a lower level. https://t.co/82i76cDU04 GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 17 - 3:45pm Tune in to hear @younism19 and @piccone_ted discuss the state of law and order around the world. https://t.co/rjjS63Sl2o GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 17 - 2:34pm International Migrants Day on Saturday aims to raise awareness of contributions that migrants make to their communities. Before the pandemic, the world was growing less accepting of them: Gallup’s Migrant Acceptance Index dropped from 5.34 to 5.21 between 2016 and 2019. https://t.co/H8xEtVup1e
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 17 - 8:44am In 2020, just one in four adults worldwide said they think the leaders in their national government value the opinions and expertise of scientists “a lot.” https://t.co/Q8durapUvE GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 16 - 8:24am U.S. adults express more concern about personally contracting cancer than a variety of other diseases or medical conditions, including heart disease, COVID-19, stroke, diabetes, the flu and AIDS. https://t.co/umkwwIsPkB GallupNews 1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 15 - 8:50am The recent increase in U.S. workers subject to COVID-19 vaccination requirements has leveled off, with 36%, the same as in October, saying their employer requires such vaccines. https://t.co/qm2nhICU6Fhttps://t.co/6anzTBCcpF
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 14 - 1:46pm Mass protests against environmental policies continued last weekend in Serbia, where most adults are dissatisfied with their country’s efforts to preserve the environment. Sixty-three percent of Serbians in 2021 are dissatisfied with these efforts. https://t.co/kwNRk0bpaV
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 14 - 8:24am In the latest research from @WestHealth and Gallup, 59% of Americans say they have grown more worried about the cost of healthcare services because of COVID-19, and 45% have grown more worried about the cost of prescription drugs. https://t.co/JaZtadu9Pd GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Dec 13 - 3:47pm The Gallup Investor Optimism Index sank to +10 in Q4 2021, down from +39 the previous quarter. https://t.co/QblbuI0WWz GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Dec 13 - 12:20pm Americans’ “excellent” mental health rating remains at a 21-year low amid the COVID-19 pandemic, holding at 34% after dropping to that level a year ago. https://t.co/x1hXl25G7B GallupNews 1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 12 - 11:31am Americans’ opinions of a variety of economic and governmental terms are stable compared with 2019, but slightly fewer view big business positively: 52% in 2019 versus 46% today. https://t.co/ftOY3lrVfg GallupNews 1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 11 - 8:02am Fewer Americans today (17%) than in 2002 (25%) say they are more trusting in their doctors. https://t.co/DQxadQtJiN GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 1:59pm Former senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole maintained a more positive than negative image among Americans throughout his political career. https://t.co/sYlJBD6Pyy GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 3:41pm Tune in to hear @younism19 and Gallup’s Sarah Fioroni discuss U.S. confidence in media. Is there a healthy level of distrust that provides for greater accountability? https://t.co/2HZJIieJFM GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 7:23am Former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole will lie in state Thursday, following his death earlier in the week. In Gallup’s last reading on Dole, from 2003, 58% of Americans had a favorable view of him https://t.co/OpH6fedvd1
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 11:09am RT @UNVolunteers: Instead of stepping away at height of #COVID19, many #volunteers around the world were stepping in to help, according to study by @Gallup & UNV. The results of this study are featured in UNV's new report on volunteerism worldwide. #SWVR2022 via @GallupNewshttps://t.co/mIIHobTbj4 GallupNews 1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 10:40am Olaf Scholz became Germany’s new chancellor Wednesday, replacing longtime leader Angela Merkel. Before leaving office, 73% of Germans approved of the job Merkel was doing. https://t.co/IzVChppTZx
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 7 - 11:54am U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are talking Tuesday about the deepening crisis over Ukraine. Earlier this year, 16% of Americans approved of Russia’s leadership and 13% of Russians approved of U.S. leadership. https://t.co/rNKI846b3U
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 7 - 10:01am Sixty percent of Republicans, down from 73% in 2010, say they are confident in the accuracy of important medical advice their doctor gives them. https://t.co/b7hPSPhOH2 GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Dec 6 - 8:38am Sixty percent of U.S. adults say they have a positive opinion of capitalism and 38% have a positive image of socialism, both unchanged since 2019. https://t.co/7LmJDvxARrhttps://t.co/ch8Ic1NQ7K
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 5 - 3:46pm Americans’ “excellent” mental health rating remains at a 21-year low amid the COVID-19 pandemic, holding at 34% after dropping to that level a year ago. https://t.co/ySpzj2v6wy GallupNews 1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 4 - 12:40pm Learn more about how the complex issue of identity politics may play a role in the 2022 midterm elections. https://t.co/8Uq7mHOQBc GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 3 - 3:41pm Tune in to hear @younism19 and @jtrothwell discuss inflation in the U.S. and what is driving it. https://t.co/Qs1iIuFH7t GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 3 - 10:46am RT @AndyRzepa: How do you measure quality of diets in a comparable and robust manner across the world?
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https://t.co/fLEBDCAsWE GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Dec 3 - 8:56am Americans’ “excellent” mental health rating remains at a 21-year low amid the COVID-19 pandemic, holding at 34% after dropping to that level a year ago. https://t.co/RPFYjOm51O GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 2 - 1:31pm Quality of life has deteriorated so much in Lebanon that most people -- a record-high 63% in 2021 -- say they would leave the country permanently if they could. https://t.co/ihmKoqWTPzhttps://t.co/ojEMh5MObI
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 2 - 7:55am Seven in 10 U.S. households with an income below $40,000 report experiencing financial hardship due to recent price increases. https://t.co/CkEiEkoUaQ GallupNews 1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 1 - 3:28pm Greece’s government this week mandated COVID-19 vaccinations for Greeks aged 60 and older. The current 62% vaccination rate lags behind the 77% of Greeks earlier this year who said they had been vaccinated or would agree to take the vaccine. https://t.co/ASX89XKzXC
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 1 - 12:38pm Arguments began today on a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that could overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Earlier this year, 58% of Americans said they did not favor overturning the original ruling. https://t.co/3NKDAMkTaDhttps://t.co/eRyc2Xc8mU
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Tuesday Nov 30 - 2:45pm Millions of people internationally are marking this “Giving Tuesday” with a donation to charity. Earlier this year, 61% of Americans reported giving money to a charity in the past month, placing it in the top 10 of 51 countries surveyed so far this year. #GivingTuesdayhttps://t.co/7HSFSiek2y
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Tuesday Nov 30 - 9:19am 47% of Americans earlier in November noted that COVID-19 was the most urgent health problem facing the U.S. https://t.co/9yNAICpVxi GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Nov 29 - 1:41pm @JonCliftonDC@Gallup@UNICEFhttps://t.co/bQzY1PHZ0w GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Nov 29 - 10:19am RT @diplocourier: A new @UNICEF study of 21 countries shows that on average, 45% of 15- to 24-year-olds say they most often use social media to keep informed about current events, but only 17% consider it to be trustworthy, writes @GallupNews Managing Editor Julie Ray. https://t.co/icC8hvRH3Z GallupNews 1 month ago:   Monday Nov 29 - 8:05am The latest Wellcome Global Monitor report shows people worldwide grew more trusting in science and scientists during the first year of the pandemic. #WMonitorhttps://t.co/zxlgOXD90U GallupNews 1 month ago:   Sunday Nov 28 - 12:51pm 83% of U.S. Democrats and 50% of Republicans support the legalization of marijuana. https://t.co/MWflaMMLQX GallupNews 1 month ago:   Saturday Nov 27 - 2:15pm 45% of U.S. Republicans and 40% of Democrats say they follow political news “very closely.” https://t.co/VD4Hyjc3aJ GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Nov 26 - 2:01pm Gallup’s Economic Confidence Index is generally steady at -29, similar to what it was during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/sbP8JQiyQD GallupNews 1 month ago:   Friday Nov 26 - 8:11am Americans plan to spend $886 on Christmas gifts this year, up slightly from the $852 they planned to spend at this time last year. https://t.co/Wu8F0PhaxJ GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Nov 25 - 2:01pm More than three in four people around the world (77% of adults in 2020) say they have a family member or friend they can count on to help them if they were in trouble. https://t.co/yoRILr41pb
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Thursday Nov 25 - 9:03am As Americans gather with family and friends this Thanksgiving, their thoughts turn to those closest to them. Earlier this year, 92% of U.S. adults said if they were in trouble, they have a family member or friend they can count on to help them whenever they need it. https://t.co/4s8IKyogWo
Link to Image GallupNews 1 month ago:   Wednesday Nov 24 - 12:37pm Three German political parties agreed to form a government on Wednesday, paving the way for Olaf Scholz to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor. Earlier this year, 73% of Germans approved of the job Merkel was doing. https://t.co/tqJWT6VQ3Y