Across most of the world, the percentage of adults with great jobs rarely tops 10%
In 1939, Gallup conducted simultaneous polls in the U.S. and France on each nation's favorite foreign countries and statesmen. The U.S. led in France, as did FDR.
Ronald Reagan's 1985 visit to a German WWII military cemetery sparked a political firestorm in the U.S.
Nearly 150 million people -- or 4% of the world's adult population -- want to move to the U.S.
Americans' feeling of freedom is declining. This drop -- dramatic in the U.S. -- isn't happening in other wealthy democracies.
1 in 5 people worldwide experienced a lot of anger yesterday.
Gallup's 2017 Global Emotions Report quantifies how the world is feeling.
U.S. Highest Rated of Major World Leaders
Engagement among German workers has long been dismal. Now, disengagement is on the downswing. That's good news. But the country's leaders can make things even better for the workforce.
72% of the world smiled yesterday
Employee Engagement Insights and Advice for Global Business Leaders
Worldwide, Where Do People Feel Safe? Not in Latin America