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U.S. Confidence in Institutions Mostly Flat, but Police Up

Americans' confidence in the police has increased eight points since last year, but average confidence across 14 U.S. institutions remains historically low.

Shoppers Plan to Buy for Themselves This Holiday Season

Close to two-thirds of likely Black Friday/Cyber Monday shoppers will buy something for themselves this year.

Five Policy Changes on Biden's Initial Agenda

A look at how average Americans may react to five policy changes Joe Biden will likely initiate in his first months in office.

Desire to Be Own Boss Widely Held in U.S.

Six in 10 U.S. adults would prefer to be their own boss, and a slight majority would assume a fair amount of financial risk to start a business.

Biden-Harris Economic Priorities and U.S. Public Opinion

Biden-Harris proposals to address the economy are generally in sync with American public opinion.

Are You Addressing Psychosocial Risks at Your Workplace?

Psychosocial hazards are present in every workplace. Here's what leaders can do to address the risks their employees face.

A New Era of Big Government?

It is not clear if support for the newly enacted stimulus plan represents a lasting shift in Americans' views of big government.

Small-Business Owners Highly Engaged in 2020 Election

Small-business owners are more likely to say their business would be better off if Donald Trump is reelected than if the Democratic candidate wins, but Michael Bloomberg has crossover appeal.

More Americans Say Businesses Positively Impact People's Lives

Over six in 10 U.S. adults say businesses impact lives positively, particularly small businesses. But fewer say businesses positively impact the environment.

U.S. Small-Business Owners' Optimism Reaches New Heights

The Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index finds optimism among small-business owners, improving upon the record high set last quarter.
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