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Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton Retain Most Admired Titles
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton retain their titles as most admired man and woman, by narrow margins over Donald Trump and Michelle Obama, respectively.
What Gallup Learned About Higher Education in 2017
Gallup's research on higher education in 2017 illuminated the serious issues facing U.S. colleges and universities.
Nurses Keep Healthy Lead as Most Honest, Ethical Profession
Nurses are rated highest for honesty and ethics, once again topping a list of 22 professions. The ratings of clergy members are at a new low.
2017 Update on Americans and Religion
About half of Americans identify as Protestants, while 23% are Catholics and 21% have no religious identity. Thirty-seven percent are highly religious, 33% not religious at all.
Public Opinion and the Tax Reform Law
Americans view the new tax reform bill more negatively than positively, but 2018 will help determine if its tax cuts will turn those attitudes around.
Hillary Clinton Favorable Rating at New Low
Hillary Clinton's favorable rating has dipped to 36%, the lowest Gallup has measured for her. Bill Clinton's favorable rating is now his lowest since 2001.
Majority of Americans Now View Melania Trump Favorably
As Melania Trump has become more well-known to Americans, her favorable rating has risen to 54%, eclipsing her husband's rating by 13 percentage points.
Americans' Satisfaction With U.S. Same in 2017 as in 2016
In 2017, an average of 27% of Americans were satisfied with the way things were going in the U.S., unchanged from 2016.
2017 Congressional Job Approval Average Remains Low
In 2017, U.S. congressional job approval averaged 19% -- slightly higher than in 2016 because of improved ratings from Republicans.
Majority Want Government to Ensure Healthcare Coverage
Fifty-six percent of Americans say it is the federal government's responsibility to provide healthcare coverage for all Americans, the highest in 10 years.