Which countries are ready for change?
In countries around the world, how happy citizens are tells a lot about where their country is headed.
After the worst one-day decline in U.S. history -- "Black Monday" in October 1987 -- Americans were unclear on why the stock market had unraveled.
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Worldwide, 32% of working-age adults are employed full time.
Americans' views of Donald Trump are complex, with highly variable levels of support for the actions he has taken and distinctly differing evaluations of elements of his leadership style.
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A destabilizing level of public dissatisfaction persists despite an improving economy and radical shifts in the person occupying the White House.
Amid concerns about slow growth in U.K. labor productivity, Gallup reveals engagement among U.K. employees has fallen to dismal levels since 2012.
Many adults in the U.S. suffer from back pain. Most prefer to try non-drug treatments to manage it.
Most investors say it is a good time to buy stocks, yet a majority think a market correction is looming. Few are stressed about the prospect of a correction.
Americans are not opposed to reforming the tax system but don't want tax cuts for the wealthy or corporations. They also support changing the ACA but not necessarily repealing it.
Food insecurity persists in high- and low-income countries alike. Across 147 countries, four in 10 children under 15 live with an adult who is food insecure.
A study on how children's free time is spent, prioritized and valued — according to British, Canadian and Australian parents
Workers value the same leadership traits in their CEO as Americans value in President Donald Trump. CEOs rate significantly higher than Trump on the traits that matter most.