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Identity Politics in Context

The complex issue of identity politics looms as a potentially important factor in next year's midterm elections.

U.S. Mental Health Rating Remains Below Pre-Pandemic Level

Americans' rating of their mental health as "excellent" remains at last year's record low. Still, their rating is higher for mental than physical health.

How Clarity of Purpose Turned Crisis Into Opportunity

Every organization handled the pandemic differently -- some for better and some for worse. See how Hologic's response exemplified its purpose.

COVID-19 Still Widely Named as Biggest U.S. Health Problem

The coronavirus continues to dominate Americans' mentions of the most urgent health problem facing the country, but to a lesser extent than a year ago.

Holiday Shopping Just Getting Started but Could Be Brisk

Portending solid holiday retail sales, Americans expect to spend an average $886 on gifts this season, slightly more than a year ago. Most people didn't start shopping early, but when they do shop, it's likely to be online.

UNICEF on What It's Like to Be a Child in Today's World

Laurence Chandy joins the podcast to discuss The Changing Childhood Project, a partnership with Gallup. Do young people view themselves as global citizens? And how does this play out in their values?

Political News Receiving Heightened Public Attention

Americans are paying closer attention to political news this fall than is usual for a year in which there is no presidential election. Republicans maintained their election-year focus on the news, while Democrats shifted their gaze.

Crime Fears Rebound in U.S. After Lull During 2020 Lockdowns

Americans' worry about becoming a victim of 13 crimes is trending upward this year after edging mostly downward in 2020.

Local Crime Deemed Worse This Year by Americans

Americans' view that local crime has gotten worse in the past year has jumped 13 percentage points to 51%, the highest in over a decade.

How Does Social Oppression Show Up in the Workplace?

Lisa Toppin, global head of diversity and inclusion at Illumina, joins the podcast to discuss social oppression in the workplace and what employers can do to address it.
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