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Wellcome's new Global Monitor report shows that half of people worldwide are confident in charities and nongovernmental organizations.
Gallup data collected a few months after Armenia's revolution last year show Armenians were starting to see progress in some areas -- but not all.
The European Union parliamentary elections this week give new urgency to finding an answer to the question of what is driving populist success.
By failing to include an exception for cases of rape or incest, the Alabama anti-abortion bill is out of step with the views of most Americans.
Engaging French workers could help the government pay for the reforms that French citizens are demanding.
The answer is still far from understood, but Gallup's latest Global Emotions Report gives global thinkers an idea of who is living the best and worst lives.
Americans aged 65 or older are concerned about healthcare costs and many cannot afford prescription drugs or care.
Since 2015, confidence in higher education has decreased significantly, while affordability has simultaneously affected perceptions of the industry.
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.
Political polarization over environmental protection didn't start with President Donald Trump, but has intensified during his administration.
Americans fear a major health event may cause bankruptcy and predict the U.S. economy is in danger due to rising healthcare costs.
Ukraine expert, Dr. Gwendolyn Sasse, discusses what has changed in Ukraine since the Euromaidan and the priorities for Ukraine's next president.
Voters in Ukraine will head to the polls on March 31 for only the second time since the Maidan revolution. Gallup looks at life in Ukraine ahead of this important election.
In addition to providing country rankings of life evaluations, World Happiness Report 2019 focuses on happiness and community.
A new Gallup analysis suggests that it might be better for development conversations to focus on wellbeing inequality rather than on income inequality.
A forthcoming study by GSMA and Gallup shows that bridging the mobile and internet gender gap may help boost women's wellbeing across the developing world.
Despite a record-high number of women elected to the 116th Congress, half of U.S. women are dissatisfied with their treatment in society.
How can organizations get more women into leadership positions? Gallup Chief Operating Officer Jane Miller explains why leaders can't afford to wait.
Political scientist, foreign policy scholar and author Joseph Nye discusses the findings from Gallup's "Rating World Leaders: 2019" report.
Political scientist and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer discusses the latest findings from Gallup's "Rating World Leaders: 2019" report and what they mean to the global world order.