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GALLUP

Apr 1-9
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Trump Approval 45% +6
Trump Disapproval 51% -6
Gallup has measured presidential job approval since 1938. Explore and compare trends in the Gallup Presidential Job Approval Center.

Sri Lankans' confidence in their national government was already slipping ahead of the deadly Easter Sunday church bombings.

Americans' confidence in the economy dipped in March and April after surging in February, shortly after the end of the latest government shutdown.

by Frank Newport

Politicians and political candidates this year will propose different ways to use the government to adjust the incomes of specific segments of Americans.

Headed into their presidential and parliamentary elections, a record 75% of Indonesians are confident in the honesty of their elections.

by Lance Stevens and Lawrence Mallory

Americans aged 65 or older are concerned about healthcare costs and many cannot afford prescription drugs or care.

President Trump's job approval rating increased relatively sharply over the past month to 45% in April, matching his record high.

by Stephanie Marken

Since 2015, confidence in higher education has decreased significantly, while affordability has simultaneously affected perceptions of the industry.

by V. Lance Tarrance

As President Donald Trump continues to question traditional U.S. foreign policy, public opinion is mixed on how the U.S. should engage with the world.

by Julie Ray

Voters in India will cast their ballots in the country's general election between April 11 and May 19. Gallup looks at life in India ahead of this important vote.

by V. Lance Tarrance

When Americans' preferences for the U.S. role in world affairs are layered with their views on military spending, five distinct foreign policy types emerge.

by Frank Newport

Trump job approval among highly religious, white Protestants is high and has remained stable since he took office.

A slim majority of Israelis, 51%, approved of the job Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was doing after news broke of his potential indictment.

by Mike Ellrich and Lance Stevens

Americans fear a major health event may cause bankruptcy and predict the U.S. economy is in danger due to rising healthcare costs.

80% of college graduates affirm the importance of finding purpose in their work, yet less than half succeed in finding it.

by Frank Newport

Americans hold the military in high regard, but with an already-increased defense budget, relatively few say the U.S. spends too little on the military.

More Americans are sympathetic to the Israelis in the Middle East conflict after being asked for their views on Israel and the Palestinian Authority.