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Americans' personal satisfaction remains significantly higher than satisfaction with the way things are going in the U.S.

Discover the correlations among adolescent mental health, parenting practices and parent-child relationships.

Americans are the least satisfied with their personal lives than they have been since 2011, but some subgroups are faring better than others.

Football remains Americans' favorite sport to watch, with baseball and basketball a distant second.

Seventeen percent of Americans say they smoke marijuana, similar to the 16% Gallup recorded in 2022.

Gallup explores the impact of wellbeing and provides insights for leaders of businesses and communities.

While the vast majority of Americans believe healthcare organizations should be required to provide the cost of their products and services in advance, few Americans are aware of the costs before they receive care.

In 2023, 52.1% of U.S. adults rated their lives well enough to be considered "thriving," three points below the norms set in 2015-2019 and 2021.

A new Hologic Global Women's Health Index survey reveals the health of the world's women is no better today than it was at the height of the pandemic.

If the war between Israel and Hamas spills into Lebanon, it could further destabilize a country still struggling from years of economic and political crises.

2023 has been an eventful year in public opinion. Explore the most notable findings from around the world that Gallup reported on this year.

Fewer than one in three U.S. adults say they have gotten the new COVID-19 shot this year.

Nurses lead eight other providers in Americans' ratings of their medical care. Doctors rank second; hospitals and walk-in clinics round out the top four.

Ahead of the DRC's scheduled election on Dec. 20, Gallup data paint a picture of widespread vulnerability, health problems and negative experiences.

Post pandemic, U.S. obesity and diabetes rates have reached record highs amid significant declines in healthy eating and other health habits.

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.

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.

A majority of Americans say the U.S. is losing ground in coping with the illegal drug problem, while 24% say it is making progress, the lowest in Gallup's trend.

Afghan women's satisfaction with the freedom they have to choose what they do with their lives dropped to an unprecedented low of 11% in 2023.