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Gallup surveys ahead of Nigeria's election on Saturday shed light on key issues that will likely be on voters' minds as they elect their next president.
As Czech voters prepare to replace longtime populist President Milos Zeman this weekend, Gallup surveys in 2022 suggest many are ready for some type of change.
Gallup editors offer their picks for some of the most important world discoveries -- and most highly read international stories -- in 2022.
Crime became an issue in the recent midterm elections, underscoring the importance of understanding what lies behind Americans' views of the issue.
Americans' views about their federal government are complex and often paradoxical.
Most Americans are confident that votes will be accurately cast and counted, but the partisan gap in election accuracy has never been wider.
Four in 10 U.S. registered voters say they have already voted or plan to vote before Election Day, a higher proportion than in prior midterm elections.
The political environment for the 2022 midterms should work to the benefit of the Republican Party, based on national mood indicators.
Americans are giving the elections less thought and are less enthusiastic about voting than in 2018, a year of unprecedented voter turnout.
Registered voters rate the economy as the most important factor influencing their vote this midterm election cycle, but abortion and crime are close behind.
Joe Biden's latest job approval rating is 40%. His 42% seventh-quarter average approval rating is fairly typical for recent presidents.
Gallup polling shows majority support for election-law policies that make voting easier and opposition to those that make voting harder -- with the exception of photo ID requirements.
Where does the public stand on abortion, critical race theory and gender identity issues?
After peaking at 62% in early 2021, Americans' desire to see a third major party emerge in the country has dropped to 56%, which is about average for this trend.
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.
Good economic news may bolster the odds for incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, who currently trails Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in most polls.
Before heading to the polls on Sunday, 67% of Brazilian adults say they are not confident in the honesty of elections in their country.
The economy and inflation are Americans' top concerns leading into the November midterm elections.
Before Mario Draghi's government collapsed, Italians were cautiously optimistic on the trajectory of their living standards and national government.
Ahead of what's expected to be a close presidential race in Kenya, Gallup surveys show Kenyans lack faith in the honesty of their elections and are struggling to afford the basics.