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2023 has been an eventful year in public opinion. Explore the most notable findings from around the world that Gallup reported on this year.
A new global study by Meta and Gallup reveals that people who feel supported by others are less likely to experience daily physical pain and stress.
77% of Americans who have interacted with police in the past 12 months say the experience was positive overall, but those who do not report positive experiences in police encounters have lower wellbeing and feel less safe.
Gallup takes stock of public opinion in Russia in 2023, outlining six key insights that offer a glimpse into life for those on the other side of the conflict in Ukraine.
A Gallup and Walton Family Foundation survey shows that Gen Z males in the U.S. express higher STEM interest than females, revealing key gender gaps.
Globally, 58% of adults said they enjoyed cooking in the past week, though nearly twice as many women as men say this, according to a new study by the Ajinomoto Group and Gallup.
A Gallup and Learning Heroes study shows that U.S. parents rely on grades to gauge their kids' success, but tests show racial gaps in actual performance.
With the table set for Thanksgiving, Americans should look forward to how they are using their leftovers and how much food they will waste.
Demystifying U.S. foster care -- especially eligibility requirements and the experience of mentoring or parenting a foster child -- could boost mentorship and foster/adoptive parenting.
Almost nine in 10 parents believe their child is at or above grade level, but other academic measures tell a different story.
A Gallup and MITRE study shows date label confusion and leftover neglect are key contributors to food waste in the U.S.
New Meta and Gallup research finds that most people worldwide feel connected to others, but not always to the same degree.
A new Cookpad and Gallup study shows women worldwide continue to cook more meals each week than men do, but the "cooking gender gap" widened for the first time in 2022.
A Meta-Gallup survey of more than 140 countries shows 24% of people worldwide feel very or fairly lonely -- but about half do not feel lonely at all.
New research shows people who say the food they eat is healthy, enjoyable and part of a diverse diet are more likely to be thriving than people who do not.
A new Meta and Gallup report shows young people in seven countries across the world feel supported by others. When they need support, they most frequently seek in-person interactions, often using technology as a supplement.
Black adults are more likely than adults of other racial backgrounds to consider providing foster care, but they have less trust in the foster care system overall.
Over six in 10 U.S. adults say businesses impact lives positively, particularly small businesses. But fewer say businesses positively impact the environment.
A new report from Gallup and Radiant Foundation reveals a relationship between religiosity and wellbeing.
Attitudes toward local policing among Black adults differ by gender, with Black women having less-positive perceptions than Black men.