As President Barack Obama prepares to leave office, Gallup and Healthways are publishing a new series examining how Americans' health and well-being have changed during his eight years in office.
Despite rabid disagreements on many issues, the recent economic speeches by Trump and Clinton showed areas of agreement on economic policy, including several areas in which both candidates are in sync with American public opinion.
Of 25 business and industry sectors, the restaurant industry has the top image score this year, with 66% of Americans rating it positively and only 7% negatively. Computers are a close second, while the federal government is dead last.
There's a coming data revolution in higher education, but it's not the "big data" revolution that many have been hyping. This revolution will be about the voices of consumers and constituents in higher education.
In 1962, Americans largely favored banning cigarette sales to minors younger than 16. Yet Americans weren't as keen on an outright smoking ban for this age group.
In his recent article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, President Obama relied on data from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index to assess changes and identify patterns in states' uninsured rates.
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