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by Andrew Dugan and Steve Crabtree

Most people worldwide say the work that scientists do benefits people like them. However, considerably fewer say scientists' work benefits most others.

Gallup tracks how people are feeling and how satisfied they are with their lives.

by Lucy Liu and Julie Ray

In 2018, 92% of Chinese adults said children in their country have the opportunity to learn and grow, while 74% of U.S. adults said the same.

by Andrew Rzepa

Want to understand global attitudes on science? The individual-level data from the Wellcome Global Monitor are now available for free download.

72% of the world smiled yesterday

by Carlo Cafiero, Meghan Miller and Sara Viviani

The FAO's microdata on the prevalence of moderate and severe food insecurity are now open to researchers, policymakers and others.

Business Journal

Brazil's once-rapid growth has slowed considerably, but the country could get a boost if its businesses focus on sustaining and increasing employee engagement levels.

by Andrew Rzepa

The new Wellcome Global Monitor offers insight into how people around the world think science and technology will change their local job markets.

Few see higher education as doing a good job preparing current or future workers for the workforce.

Global Leaders -- Make "Great Job" Creation a Top Priority

Gallup World Poll data provide insight into several of the key issues on the G20 Summit agenda: the environment, health and women's empowerment.

Latin America Leads the World in Emotions

by Andrew Rzepa and Julie Ray

The new Wellcome Global Monitor reveals a number of Americans have doubts about vaccines -- particularly in regard to their safety.

Gallup is the World Bank's partner behind the data in the Global Findex.

26% Worldwide Employed Full Time for Employer