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The Key to Preparing for the Future of Work in the Rust Belt
If you're living in the Rust Belt, learn how to restore a positive outlook on work and how to prepare differently for your next job.
New Low of 49% in U.S. Say Death Penalty Applied Fairly
A new low of 49% of Americans say the death penalty is applied fairly in the U.S., down from a peak of 61% in 2005 in the 18-year trend.
Americans Still Tilt Toward Favoring Less Active Gov't Role
Half of Americans now say the government is doing too much, while 44% hold the belief that the government should do more to solve the nation's problems.
By 2-to-1, Americans Say Boys Easier to Raise Than Girls
Twice as many Americans say a boy is easier to raise than a girl, 54% to 27%. This continues a U.S. trend seen since 1947 in which boys are viewed as easier to raise.
Democrats Lead Surge in Belief U.S. Should Be World Leader
More Americans now (75%) than in 2010 (66%) say the U.S. has a responsibility to be the leading nation in world affairs. Democrats' support for the idea has increased by 20 points to 81%.
Brazilians Face Confidence Crisis Ahead of Election
Ahead of their crucial general election next month, just 14% of Brazilians are confident in the honesty of their elections.
Hope Is the Cornerstone of Performance for Remote Workers
The best managers instill a sense of hope in their remote workers by helping them feel enthusiastic about the future.
CliftonStrengths Quick Reference Card
Download the short definitions for all 34 of the CliftonStrengths (formerly Clifton StrengthsFinder) themes
Americans' Views on Government Regulation Remain Steady
More Americans continue to say there is too much government regulation of business and industry than say there is too little or the right amount.
Young Adults Remain Most Supportive of Abortion Rights
U.S. adults aged 18 to 29, and to a lesser extent those 30 to 49, express greater support for abortion rights than adults aged 50 and older.