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One-third of people around the world -- which translates into almost 2 billion individuals -- feel their lives are out of balance, according to a new Gallup and Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation study.

More than eight in 10 workers worldwide report enjoying the work they do every day, according to a new Gallup and Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation global study on wellbeing.

A new study by Gallup and the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation provides new insights into the wellbeing of young people around the globe.

Read the latest insights on what Gallup and the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation have uncovered in their pursuit to make the study of wellbeing more globally inclusive.

A new study by Gallup and Meta helps fill the data gap in what the world knows about how connected people feel and how they connect with others.

Results from the first round of the Global Diet Quality Project survey offer a lens into the ways diets around the world are unhealthy and where they are unhealthy.

Gallup surveys in Ukraine offer a glimpse into Ukrainians' lives more than six months into the war with Russia.

Why do women rate their life satisfaction higher than men do in most surveys? A new analysis suggests they are not happier.

Join us on Oct. 20 as we ask executives about DEI initiatives and whether employees are perceiving these efforts as making a positive difference.

Results from Gallup surveys in Brazil offer some insight into what is shaping Brazilian voters' choices ahead of the country's general election this week.

The 2021 Lloyd's Register Foundation World Risk Poll shows that people who are more exposed to disasters are less able to cope with them.

Many things contribute to a great life, but Gallup finds there are five aspects all people have in common: work, finances, health, communities and relationships.

Results from the 2021 Hologic Global Women's Health Index survey in Afghanistan show millions of Afghan women are not getting the preventive healthcare they need.

A new multicountry Gallup study shows many people see the harm from noncommunicable diseases such as cancer, but they underestimate the risks people face from others.

How well equipped are people worldwide to deal with disasters like severe-weather events spurred by climate change? The 2021 Lloyd's Register World Risk Poll offers some answers.

Unhappiness has been rising worldwide for a decade, but almost every world leader missed it. Gallup's latest book explores how leaders can avoid being surprised again.

Workers in K-12 education have higher levels of burnout than in any other industry. Addressing the issue is key to improving the quality of education.

Unhappiness continued to rise in 2021, as the world became a sadder, more worried and more stressed-out place.

Read an excerpt from Gallup's new book, "Blind Spot: The Global Rise of Unhappiness and How Leaders Missed It."

A new analysis from Gallup -- published in collaboration with Citi -- offers a novel approach to quantifying the toll that rising temperatures may have on people's wellbeing.