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Gallup Daily

No updates March 28. Next update March 29.
Real Unemployment 8.4% -0.2
Gallup Good Jobs 45.7% -0.1
Engaged at Work 33.1% +1.7
Economic Confidence 3 -2
Consumer Spending $117 +15
Trump Approval 38% -1
Updates daily at 1 p.m. ET; reflects one-day change.

1 in 5 people worldwide experienced a lot of anger yesterday.

by Annamarie Mann

Open office floor plans are effective when they keep in mind human nature and employees' needs.

by Jon Clifton

Gallup's 2017 Global Emotions Report quantifies how the world is feeling.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 50 years ago that state laws against interracial marriage were unconstitutional. But as that case was wending its way through the courts, less than half of Americans agreed.

by Jaimie Francis and Zac Auter

How to fix the misalignment between the talents employers demand and the skills graduates have as they enter the workforce.

by Valerie J. Calderon

Getting to do what they do best at school every day helps to engage students with school today and prepare them for the future.

by Jim Clifton

What the whole world wants is a good job, and we are failing to deliver it.

Majorities of U.S. investors are taking each of eight actions that can contribute to financial health, but they are far more likely to be doing some than others.

by Frank Newport

President Trump's budget proposal calls for trillions of dollars in government cuts, but Americans' real priority is for Congress first to fix the way it operates and then to debate government funding.

by Valerie J. Calderon

Students become much less engaged as they move through middle school to high school.

Recent research has uncovered workplace trends that demand leaders' focus and innovative strategies sooner rather than later.

51% of U.S. adults would change at least one of their education decisions.

U.S. investors are gaining confidence that they will be able to maintain the lifestyle they want throughout their retirement.

U.S. workers are much more positive about company leaders' moral values than they are about those of the nation generally.

by Brandon Busteed

Tips for the college-bound based on Gallup research