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In the News: Public Backs More Infrastructure Spending
The Trump administration's infrastructure plan released on Monday calls for substantially increased spending, which a majority of Americans support.
Further Explanation Needed: Four State of the Union Themes
The American public would benefit from more discussion and explanation of four of the major themes in President Trump's recent State of the Union address.
Americans' Take on 8 Themes in Trump's State of the Union
Gallup editors review Americans' stances on eight policy issues that President Donald Trump emphasized in his State of the Union address.
Americans Say "Yes" to Spending More on VA, Infrastructure
Americans overwhelmingly agree with proposals to allow veterans to get healthcare at non-Veterans Affairs facilities, and to spend more federal money on the VA in general. Americans also widely agree with spending more federal money on ...
Gallup's Top Well-Being Discoveries of 2016
Gallup editors highlight the most important health and well-being findings from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index in 2016.
Africans' Satisfaction With Community Basics Remains Low
Among the African countries Gallup has surveyed every year since 2008, South Africans remain the most satisfied with various aspects of their local infrastructure; Tanzanians are least satisfied.
Trump, Clinton and Americans Agree on Several Economic Issues
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.
Good News: Trump and Clinton Both Addressed the Public's Key Concerns
In dueling speeches this week, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton talked about several of the key issues the public has identified as most important to them -- including the economy and jobs, infrastructure and the failure of the "system" to ...
Untapped Human Capital Is the Next Great Global Resource
Leaders worldwide have realized that they must make better use of their most vital and sustainable resource: human capital.
Americans Still See Manufacturing as Key to Job Creation
Americans' top ideas for creating jobs in the U.S. include keeping manufacturing jobs from going overseas, lowering taxes and cutting government regulation.