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Emotions and Mood

Explore Gallup's research.

by Jon Clifton

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.

Gallup asked people in more than 140 countries how they were feeling. Find out what they said and how you compare.

71% of people worldwide said they experienced a lot of enjoyment yesterday.

Globally, Negative Experience Index reaches new high in 2017.

Higher stress and worry levels worldwide pushed Gallup's Negative Experience Index to a record high in 2017.

by Julie Ray

New research from psychologists at Purdue University and the University of Virginia shows that worldwide, money can buy happiness -- to a point.

Which countries are ready for change?

by V. Lance Tarrance

A destabilizing level of public dissatisfaction persists despite an improving economy and radical shifts in the person occupying the White House.

by Zacc Ritter and Dato Tsabutashvili

Daily stress and worry among Hispanics rose after Trump's election. These increased rates were greater for Hispanics interviewed in Spanish compared with Hispanics interviewed in English.

by Jon Clifton

Gallup's 2017 Global Emotions Report quantifies how the world is feeling.

1 in 5 people worldwide experienced a lot of anger yesterday.

The United Nations launches its "World Happiness Report" today. Leaders should pay close attention to the results.