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by Justin McCarthy and Jeffrey M. Jones

GALLUP

Feb 1-10
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Trump Approval 44% +7
Trump Disapproval 52% -7
Beginning in January 2019, Gallup will report presidential job approval on a monthly basis.
by Jim Clifton

Despite media reports that the U.S. economy is strong, productivity has been trending down for decades. America needs more entrepreneurs.

Gallup's Migration Research Center houses the latest and best discoveries on migration.

Former U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Robin R. Sanders, discusses the changes in Nigeria since the last election and the challenges facing the country after the next one.

by Frank Newport

Gallup reviews how well public opinion fits with the bipartisan committee's recommendations on border security, immigration and spending.

by Jim Clifton

Roughly 42 million Latin Americans who would like to move to another country say they would like to move to the U.S.

by Sara Burrone, Bina D'Costa and Goran Holmqvist

A new analysis of a decade of World Poll data reveals that many people are spurred to migrate not only for their own wellbeing, but that of children.

by Megan Brenan

Explore Gallup's public opinion data on 10 of the major points in President Donald Trump's second State of the Union.

by Julie Ray

Starting this week, Gallup will highlight our latest findings from our surveys conducted in Nigeria ahead of the national election there on Feb. 16.

by Jeffrey M. Jones

Historically, presidents' approval ratings have not increased after State of the Union addresses, but there have been modest upticks after the past three.

January marks 42 years from a record cold snap that brought unprecedented snow to Miami and created hardships for one in three Americans.

by Lydia Saad

Gallup has reorganized its Abortion topic page to highlight the most relevant and sought-after content.

by Frank Newport

Americans' views on the state of the union are a moving target as the nation waits to see if the government shutdown is permanently resolved.

Martin Luther King Jr. advocated nonviolent tactics to advance civil rights. But in the early 1960s, Americans viewed these tactics differently.

Although still mostly positive, the percentages of Americans saying blacks are on par with whites in obtaining jobs is the lowest since Dr. Martin Luther King's era.

by Dawn Royal and Tommy Tran

Career and vocational school graduates have increased opportunities to quickly find jobs that align with their education and see a sizable increase in income.

50% of alumni of Career Education Colleges and Universities find good jobs in the field related to their studies within six months of completion.

by Frank Newport

The border debate pits the two issues Americans name as the country's most important problems, government and immigration, against one another.

Colleges and universities promote alumni networks to help students find jobs after graduation, but fewer than one in 10 graduates are benefiting.