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Despite major disruptions to Americans' lives and routines during the pandemic, U.S. adults' self-reported body weight is unchanged over the past year.
Results from the World Risk Poll show countries where more people worry about harm in daily life often have adopted stricter COVID-19 policies.
Although 61% of Americans believe the U.S. healthcare system has major problems or is in a state of crisis, the percentage holding that view is the lowest it's been since 2001.
Puzzling Gallup Panel data show that across generations, remote workers are experiencing more negative emotions but high engagement and wellbeing.
As the holidays approach, new Franklin Templeton-Gallup research finds that Americans are much less likely to wear a mask when indoors with non-household members than they are to wear one inside stores and other businesses.
Record-high levels of Americans are satisfied with the cost of their healthcare and rate their coverage positively.
Half of Americans say they are completely or mostly isolating from people outside their household, up from 38% last month and the highest level since May.
After 12 months of workplace challenges, don't walk away from 2020 without these seven invaluable insights.
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Lightkeeper Group's landmark World Stress Index will rank countries by people's perceptions of stress.
A record 69% of U.S. adults name COVID-19 or viruses as the most urgent health problem facing the U.S., surpassing the 62% who mentioned AIDS in 1987.
Before the pandemic, the world was already in a more negative emotional state than it had been in years, with scores on Gallup's Negative Experience Index edging slightly higher to 31 in 2019. But no other country in the world was on a more emotional roller coaster than Lebanon.
The 2020 Global Emotions Report shows how people in more than 140 countries and areas are living their lives. This report attempts to quantify whether people are enjoying life and learning new and interesting things and how many of them are angry and worried.