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U.S. Uninsured Rate Steady at 12.2% in Fourth Quarter of 2017
The uninsured rate among U.S. adults held steady at 12.2% in the fourth quarter of 2017, but is up 1.3 points since the end of 2016.
Immigration a Top Problem for Republicans, Not for Democrats
Republicans are much more likely than Democrats to name immigration as the most important problem facing the country.
In 1965, Americans Favored Immigration Based on Family Ties
As Congress crafted the 1965 bill that revolutionized U.S. immigration policy and launched "chain migration," Gallup found Americans open to the change.
Gallup's Top Well-Being Findings of 2017
Gallup editors highlight the most important health and well-being discoveries from the Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index in 2017.
Americans Remain Negative on Tax Bill After Its Passage
The recently passed tax law remains unpopular and congressional job approval remains low, at 20%.
The Peril of Midterms: Can Trump Defy the Odds Once Again?
Midterm elections are notoriously perilous for the president's party, and Trump's approval rating only makes matters worse. Can he produce another surprise?
Snapshot: Trump Weekly Job Approval Highest Since July
President Donald Trump's weekly job approval rose to 39% for the week ending Dec. 31, his highest weekly average since mid-July.
Americans' 2018 Predictions: Foreign Strife, Strong Economy
Americans' predictions for the economy in 2018 are more optimistic than usual, while their predictions about international peace and U.S. power in the world are more dismal than average.
The American Public in 2017: What We Learned
Gallup editors' picks for the most significant trends and discoveries in American public opinion in 2017.
The Best of the Gallup Vault
Across 100 pieces published thus far, the Gallup Vault revisits historical Gallup data that help put the past and present into better perspective.