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by Michael D. Smith, Matthew P. Rabbitt and Alisha Coleman-Jensen

USDA researchers recently used the FAO's Food Insecurity Experience Scale to identify the common determinants of food insecurity in 134 countries.

by Renata Baborska, Emilio Hernandez, Emiliano Magrini and Cristian Morales-Opazo

Financial inclusion -- savings services, in particular -- may help battle food insecurity, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the U.N.

by Jeffrey M. Jones and Zacc Ritter

Accuracy, unbiasedness and transparency are key factors in fostering Americans' trust in the media.

by Andrew Dugan

The late U.S. Sen. John McCain was one of the most popular American politicians in the past 20 years.

U.S. adults disagree with major internet companies acting as disseminators and editors of news, especially when that content is tailored to user by behavior.

by Brandon Busteed

Advanced Placement programs in entrepreneurship will boost students' opportunities to become successful builders of the future.

by Frank Newport

Some Americans may literally define the "working class" as those who are working, rather than as a position in the socioeconomic hierarchy.

by Neli Esipova, Julie Ray and Anita Pugliese

Cultural norms and traditions further add to the complexity of attitudes toward migrants worldwide.

by Sofia Kluch

Americans from different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds don't share the same sense of security. The same is true for men and women.

by Sofia Kluch

Americans living in lower-income households feel about as safe as people living in some developing countries.

by Julie Ray

The image of U.S. leadership suffered its most serious damage among its NATO allies in 2017.

by Jon Clifton

How many Americans are proud to be Americans? Find the answer to this question and what else you need to know this Fourth of July.

by Justin Lall

People in India feel worse about their lives now than they have at any point in the past decade.

A news source rating tool can help consumers of online information discern between real and false news content.

by Jon Clifton

This Fourth of July, nearly nine in 10 Americans are satisfied with their freedom.

by Jon Clifton

Counter to what people might read, see and hear on the news, Gallup's global polling shows the majority of people on the planet feel pretty safe.

by Jeffrey M. Jones

Americans estimate 62% of the news they see in newspapers, on TV and hear on the radio is biased, 44% of it is inaccurate and 39% is misinformation.

Gallup data suggest that a lot of work remains to "make gender inequality history" in regard to women's safety -- even among the G7 powerhouses.

by RJ Reinhart

Gallup will release its 2018 update about Americans' views on abortion in a six-article series, starting Monday.

Gender equality may still be a top priority at the G7 Summit, but how are Canada and its G7 counterparts faring on achieving this in their countries?