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Gallup's latest report shows that most people worldwide feel secure and have confidence in their local police. Download the latest report to learn more.
New research from the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation in collaboration with Gallup suggests people can feel at peace, even if the world around them is not.
The "State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World" report shows global hunger stopped rising in 2022 but is still above pre-pandemic levels.
With their country facing intense economic headwinds, Zimbabwean voters head to the polls on Wednesday to choose their next president.
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Results from the Year 2 Hologic Global Women's Health Index suggest that many women saw the prenatal care where they live beginning to slip in 2021.
Over a billion women missed out on screenings for diseases such as cancer and diabetes in 2021, according to the Hologic Global Women's Health Index.
Gallup's latest annual update on how the world feels shows its emotional state stopped getting worse in 2022, but it may be too soon for leaders, organizations and businesses to relax.
Sierra Leoneans head to the election polls this weekend less satisfied with their living standards than they have been in over a decade.
For the first time in Gallup World Poll's trend dating back to 2006, a majority of people (52%) worldwide say their city or area is a "good place" for gay or lesbian people to live.
Germany's leadership earned the highest approval ratings in the world for the sixth year in a row last year. Read how it measures up against the U.S., China and Russia.
Regular visits to healthcare professionals may increase women's life expectancy by up to two years, according to the Hologic Global Women's Health Index.
Russia's image took a hit worldwide after it invaded Ukraine in 2022, including in post-Soviet states that Russia considers part of its sphere of influence.
The public's confidence in financial institutions varies widely worldwide and is related to confidence in government.
Gallup's latest data from Latin America and the Caribbean, collected before Title 42 expired, highlight that millions of adults would come to the U.S. if they could.
A new study reveals that the expectations and experiences of the world's young people are interrelated but not the same.
Gallup and the European Commission have partnered to provide a comparable, consistent measure of urbanisation for nearly all adults surveyed in Gallup's 2022 World Poll.
Gallup surveys in 137 countries show Russia's image has suffered worldwide since it began its war in Ukraine. The majority of the world now disapproves of Russia's leadership.