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Americans' opinions of both Israel and the Palestinian Authority have declined in the past year, but they still view Israel much more positively.

Ahead of elections on Friday, Iranians are sour on their current leadership and their economy -- and many would leave if they could.

Just in time for American Heart Month, the Hologic Global Women's Health Index shows high blood pressure testing is up among women.

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Biden's overall job rating has slipped to 38%, and his ratings on immigration, the Israel-Hamas situation, foreign affairs and the economy are even lower.

Regional spillover from the war between Hamas and Israel may test Iraqis' newfound confidence in their political and national institutions.

A new Hologic Global Women's Health Index survey reveals the health of the world's women is no better today than it was at the height of the pandemic.

If the war between Israel and Hamas spills into Lebanon, it could further destabilize a country still struggling from years of economic and political crises.

Equal percentages of Americans -- roughly four in 10 -- say the U.S. is doing "about the right amount" or "not enough" to end the Israel-Hamas conflict.

As the Israel-Hamas war continues, Gallup surveys show hopes for a two-state solution and peace are further out of reach, as Israelis experience record-high worry, stress and sadness.

A new global study by Meta and Gallup reveals that people who feel supported by others are less likely to experience daily physical pain and stress.

More than a month into the Israel-Hamas war, 50% of Americans approve of the military action Israel has taken in Gaza, while 45% disapprove.

Globally, 58% of adults said they enjoyed cooking in the past week, though nearly twice as many women as men say this, according to a new study by the Ajinomoto Group and Gallup.

Joe Biden's approval rating remains at its record low, with worse ratings for his handling of foreign affairs, the economy and the Middle East situation.

Surveys conducted in the Palestinian Territories before the Israel-Hamas war show the majority of Palestinians living in Gaza struggled to afford food.

New Meta and Gallup research finds that most people worldwide feel connected to others, but not always to the same degree.

Gallup's latest update on its annual Law and Order Index reveals a shakeup in the least and most safe countries in the world.

A new Cookpad and Gallup study shows women worldwide continue to cook more meals each week than men do, but the "cooking gender gap" widened for the first time in 2022.

A Meta-Gallup survey of more than 140 countries shows 24% of people worldwide feel very or fairly lonely -- but about half do not feel lonely at all.