Just 47% of South Koreans say people can get ahead by working hard, reflecting a frustrated workforce struggling with low productivity and engagement.
The most significant declines in U.S. leadership approval between 2016 and 2017 occurred in freer nations connected to the U.S. through a dense network of political and economic ties.
Gallup and Wellcome are working together to ask adults worldwide to share their thoughts about science and other issues relating to health.
A new Gallup-GSMA study examines the relationships between the use of mobile IT devices and how people worldwide view their lives.
Approval of U.S. leadership under the Trump administration dropped worldwide, particularly among educated, higher-income and urban adults.
Learn why strengths-based cultures are critical as businesses around the world adopt more flexible, internally fluid organizational structures.
Leaders worldwide have realized that they must make better use of their most vital and sustainable resource: human capital.
With 15% of employees worldwide engaged in their jobs, it's clear that organizations must better harness the basic human desire for development.
All-time low: U.S. leadership approval drops 18 points in Trump's first year.
One in three working-age adults worldwide have the type of jobs that are the true gauges of economic productivity and inclusiveness.
Survey respondents probed after an initial "don't know/refused" response give systematically different answers than those not probed for a response.