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Hope Is the Cornerstone of Performance for Remote Workers
The best managers instill a sense of hope in their remote workers by helping them feel enthusiastic about the future.
Americans' Views on Government Regulation Remain Steady
More Americans continue to say there is too much government regulation of business and industry than say there is too little or the right amount.
Global Warming Age Gap: Younger Americans Most Worried
Americans' level of concern about global warming declines by age group, with younger adults more likely to worry and say the effects have already started.
Teachers Seek More Input in School Decision-Making
U.S. K-12 teachers say their input needs to carry more weight in school decisions.
Election Could Be Political Turning Point for Lebanon
Lebanese voters head to the polls this weekend to vote in Lebanon's first election in nearly 10 years; just 15% are confident in the process.
Relevance Linked to Views of Education Quality and Value
Consumers saying the courses they took are relevant to their careers and daily lives are much more likely to say their education was worth the cost.
Gallup Vault: Few in 1963 Thought Oswald Acted Alone
Right at the start, a majority of Americans suspected there was more to John F. Kennedy's assassination than met the eye.
In U.S., Belief in Creationist View of Humans at New Low
While most Americans believe God was involved in the creation of humans, fewer than four in 10 (38%) hold a strict creationist view, the lowest level in 35 years.
Less Than Half in U.S. Now Say Their Taxes Are Too High
Less than half of Americans, 45%, now say the amount they pay in federal income taxes is too high, down from 51% in 2017. Republicans are behind this decline.
Optimism About Availability of Good Jobs Hits New Heights
Optimism about the U.S. job market is at a 17-year high, with 67% of Americans saying now is a good time to find a quality job.