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As election season approaches, Gallup releases its campaign 2020 page and Metrics that Matter interactive, featuring the most important trends to follow when putting this contest into perspective.
Despite all the legislative and media coverage around impeachment, political science suggests Americans may get most of their information from each other.
Measuring Americans' faith in God depends on the threshold of "belief."
Income inequality is one of the most contentious political issues today. Gallup's principal economist has a compelling theory for why it exists.
Americans of all ages are now more likely to have no formal religion. This is strongest among millennials, though they grow more religious as they age.
In 1935, Americans had mixed views on the effect of Prohibition's repeal. In later years, most said they would vote against reinstating Prohibition.
Teachers who foster creativity, especially those who leverage technology, are more likely to view their students as capable, engaged learners.
As Republican leaders lean on Democrats to approve the USMCTA, recent Gallup data on trade provide insights on the public opinion backdrop.
Seventy-four percent of U.S. adults say trade represents "an opportunity for economic growth through increased U.S. exports."