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Congress Approval Lowest Since July 2016, at 13%
Americans' approval of Congress ebbed further in October to 13% and is now the lowest since July 2016.
U.S. Uninsured Rate Rises to 12.3% in Third Quarter
The U.S. uninsured rate in the third quarter rose to 12.3%, up 1.4 points since the end of 2016 and the highest since the last quarter of 2014.
Dissatisfaction With Government, Direction of U.S. Persists
Americans, across party lines, remain gloomy about the direction of the nation and are most likely to name the government as the most important problem.
Americans Widely Support Tighter Regulations on Gun Sales
The vast majority of Americans, including many gun owners, favor background checks for all gun purchases, 30-day waiting periods and gun registration.
Support for Stricter Gun Laws Edges Up in U.S.
After the Las Vegas mass shooting, support for stricter gun sale laws is at its highest point since 2004. However, there's no consensus on assault weapons.
How Long Are We Willing to Live With National Anxiety?
A destabilizing level of public dissatisfaction persists despite an improving economy and radical shifts in the person occupying the White House.
Gallup Vault: Americans Favored Putting God in U.S. Pledge
In 1953, Gallup found 69% of Americans in favor of adding the words "under God" to the Pledge of Allegiance, while 21% were opposed.
Approval of Parties in Congress Near Record Lows
Americans' job approval ratings of the Republicans (20%) and Democrats (31%) in Congress are at or near the low points in Gallup's trend.
Majority in U.S. Say Federal Government Has Too Much Power
A slightly smaller majority of Americans than a year ago say the federal government has too much power.
Americans' Experiences With Non-Drug Treatments for Pain
Many adults in the U.S. suffer from back pain. Most prefer to try non-drug treatments to manage it.