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As inflation in Turkey hits sky-high levels, Turks rate their lives worse than ever, and the majority find it hard to get by. Turks' struggles have rocked their confidence in the national government, now at a record-low 37%.
As Filipinos go to the polls to elect a new president, security and economic concerns in the country may dominate the winner's agenda.
Presaging Sri Lanka's worst economic crisis in 70 years, Gallup surveys show Sri Lankans turned pessimistic about their economy for the first time in 2021.
A median of 43% of adults in Asia approved of Germany's leadership in 2021, closely followed by 41% who approved of U.S. leadership.
France's election on Sunday could decide the country's future role in Europe. French adults grew fonder of the EU during incumbent Emmanuel Macron's first term, with 48% approving of its leadership in 2021, up from 39% in 2017.
Before Russia invaded Ukraine this year, global approval of Russia's leadership stood at 33% in 2021.
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Africans' support for Russia was mixed in the lead-up to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
U.S. President Joe Biden ended his first year in office with a 45% median approval rating and a 33% disapproval rating across 116 countries.
Ahead of the French election on Sunday, Gallup surveys show incumbent President Emmanuel Macron has made inroads among poorer and younger French residents, but life isn't much better today than when he took office.
Afghans' disapproval of U.S. leadership soared to a record-high 83% in 2021 as the U.S. pulled troops out and the Taliban took over.
Hundreds of thousands of Afghans -- if not more -- have already fled their country since the Taliban seized power. Millions more would leave if they had the chance.
Life was already extremely difficult in Afghanistan before the Taliban's return to power in 2021, but Gallup surveys detail unprecedented suffering among Afghans as the U.S. withdrew and the Taliban took over.
As the Taliban retook power in Afghanistan, 94% of Afghans rated their lives poorly enough to be considered suffering.
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Gallup surveys conducted as the Taliban completed their takeover of Afghanistan in 2021 showed the percentage of Afghans who said women in their country were treated with respect and dignity dropped to a record low of 31%.
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Economic conditions in Afghanistan were bleak as the Taliban took control, with 87% of Afghans struggling to get by on their current household income.
Before Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, the image of U.S. leadership was stronger across much of NATO than it had been in years.
A new Gallup analysis suggests that older people around the world felt a greater sense of calmness in 2020 compared with younger people, which may have positively affected the older generation's overall wellbeing.