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Migration

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The United Nations has a new official method for classifying urban and rural areas around the world: the Degree of Urbanisation.

by Neli Esipova, Julie Ray and Anita Pugliese

Few Egyptians living abroad would like to return home, but this is even more the case among the youngest Egyptians.

by Julie Ray and RJ Reinhart

Gallup editors preview some of the big data trends and global storylines they'll be watching in 2020.

by Julie Ray

U.S. approval ratings. Emotions. Elections. Migration. Safety. Brexit. What was the world's biggest story? Read Gallup editors' top picks.

A new tax incentive might not be enough to keep the 27% of young Poles in 2018 who said they would like to leave their country from leaving.

A new high of 20% of Russians say they would leave Russia if they could -- and Russian President Vladimir Putin might be partly to blame.

Hear stories about women's progress -- and challenges.

by Jim Clifton

Roughly 42 million Latin Americans who would like to move to another country say they would like to move to the U.S.

by Sara Burrone, Bina D'Costa and Goran Holmqvist

A new analysis of a decade of World Poll data reveals that many people are spurred to migrate not only for their own wellbeing, but that of children.

U.S. approval ratings. Rising stress levels. Migration. Which was the biggest global story for 2018? Gallup runs down its top findings from its surveys in more than 140 countries.

by Neli Esipova, Anita Pugliese and Julie Ray

Gallup researchers revisit the scores on Gallup's Migrant Acceptance Index through the lens of the recent U.N. migration compact.