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No updates March 28. Next update March 29.
Monthly Real Unemployment 8.6% -
Weekly Engaged at Work 32.9% +0.9
Weekly Economic Confidence 8 +1
Daily Trump Approval 38% +1
Trump approval updates daily at 1 p.m. ET. Weekly metrics update Monday at 1 p.m. ET. Reflects change since last measurement.
by Justin McCarthy

While North Korea's recent advancements in nuclear technology present new challenges to the U.S. in keeping international peace, Americans have long had North Korea on their radar as a threat.

Despite facing stiffer resistance from North Korea than expected at the start of the Korean War, Americans rejected using the atom bomb in August 1950.

Opinion
by Brandon Busteed

"Liberal" is politically charged, and "arts" has a negative connotation regarding improving graduates' job prospects.

Opinion
by Larry Emond

Some companies have massively boosted their number of engaged employees, while others have not. Find out what makes the difference.

Worldwide, where are people getting mugged?

Employed Americans are not particularly worried about their jobs becoming obsolete because of technology. They worry most about having their benefits cut.

by Frank Newport

President Trump's job approval rating is at 34% for the three-day period from Friday through Sunday -- by one point the lowest of his administration so far.

Fifty years ago this summer, Gallup asked Americans how concerned they were about racial strife.

by Zacc Ritter and Dato Tsabutashvili

Daily stress and worry among Hispanics rose after Trump's election. These increased rates were greater for Hispanics interviewed in Spanish compared with Hispanics interviewed in English.

A study on children's free time — how it is spent, prioritized and valued

Opinion
by Brandon Busteed

Top institutions have led an arms race of extensive new facilities, substantial growth in administrative staff, and an expansion of postgraduate degrees and programs -- with skyrocketing tuition. This is unsustainable.

Fewer than one in 10 Americans routinely shop for groceries online, whereas the vast majority shop weekly at grocery and other retail stores.

by Frank Newport and Andrew Dugan

Republicans and Democrats have increasingly different views on many policy and social issues, but on several, the party gap has not changed or has even narrowed.