Working Together to Change
The organizations we work with are more than clients. They are partners in solving the most pressing problems facing humankind.
There was a need for more. More knowledge, more access, more voices, more change.
We've still got work to do, but together we're making progress.
Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN)
Tracks the World's Happiness
The most famous statistics -- GDP, household income and unemployment -- focus on the rational side of what people do: what they spend, how much they make and whether they have a job. Traditional metrics like these do not tell us anything about people's happiness. That's why SDSN partnered with the Gallup World Poll to create the World Happiness Report -- a novel means of uncovering and promoting approaches that address the economic, social and environmental challenges confronting people around the world.
John F. Helliwell, Editor, World Happiness Report
The more people with bank accounts, the better the world's citizens can safely store their money, manage risks and access credit when needed. But there was no comprehensive way to measure who had bank accounts until the World Bank -- with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation -- combined its passion and mission with Gallup's expertise in measuring global public opinion to create the Global Findex database.
Confidence in News Media and Democracy:
Knight Foundation Leads National Conversation
As the informational landscape has rapidly transformed, Americans' trust in mass media is eroding in real time. The stakes could not be higher for the ongoing work of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to understand perceptions of media, technology, social media and freedom of expression in the digital age.
West Health Shapes the Debate on Healthcare Costs
West Health has been working toward its mission of lowering healthcare costs for seniors since 2006. As the healthcare crisis in the U.S. continues to burden Americans with physical, psychological, financial and economic impacts, the organization found a way to amplify its mission and become a leader in turning discussion toward action.
Lumina Foundation, Gates Foundation and
Omidyar Network Tell Full Story of U.S. Job Quality
Numbers tell a story. But traditional measures of job quality were missing an important piece: how workers felt about their jobs.
Lumina Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gallup and Omidyar Network collaborated to create a pivotal new job survey that would measure what workers truly need and value in their jobs and make sure key influencers understand what matters most.
Mission-Driven Work to Elevate Voices Around the Globe
From serving local communities to creating global impact, we help our clients fill data gaps, take the pulse of the world and generate new insights to pave the way toward solutions.
We live out the mission at Gallup too.
We're using what we know to provide benchmarks for bettering lives.
We are committed to conducting our own independent research and creating global statistics and metrics to track progress toward change.
Center on Black Voices
To fill the need for an independent, nonpartisan research center that documents and reports how Black Americans experience their lives, Gallup launched the Center on Black Voices.
This is a 100-year commitment to listen, learn and report the facts on Black Americans' level of access to and relationship with the economy, justice, wellbeing, education equity and opportunity -- which are the driving forces of a great life.
Global Happiness Center
Improving and sustaining high wellbeing is vital to any population's overall health and to its economy. This is why Gallup regularly asks people around the world about their lives, including how satisfied they are with them and what they are feeling and experiencing -- both good and bad -- on a daily basis.
Global Law and Order
Discover which countries are the furthest from or closest to reaching the United Nations' goal for peaceful, secure societies. Each year, Gallup monitors important indicators of global feelings on security, crime and law enforcement in more than 140 countries worldwide.
Global Leadership Approval Center
In the Information Age, power isn't only determined by whose army wins, but also by whose story wins. Soft power -- the ability to affect others to get what you want without paying them or using force -- depends on people's perceptions.
Since 2005, Gallup has been tracking the entire world's perceptions of the job performance of the leadership of some of the biggest players on the global stage -- the U.S., Germany, China and Russia.
Migration Research Center
How many people want to leave their country? Where do they want to go? How do people feel about migrants living in their communities? How do migrants feel about their own lives?
With the number of migrants expected to top 400 million over the next few decades, these questions need answers. That's why Gallup has been asking them.
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