Gallup Wellbeing

Women's Well-Being Suffers More When Marriage Ends

Americans who are married have generally better well-being than their counterparts who are separated or divorced. The potential negative effects of a dissolved marriage are generally more pronounced among women than among men

14.10.15. 20:30

In U.S., Uninsured Rate Holds at 13.4%

The uninsured rate in the U.S. held at 13.4% in the third quarter of 2014, unchanged from the second quarter, but still down 3.7 percentage points since the fourth quarter of 2013

14.10.08. 09:00

One-Fifth of Americans Worry About Getting Ebola

Twenty-two percent of Americans say they worry about getting the Ebola virus, matching or exceeding the number of U.S. adults who worried about contracting the H1N1 virus throughout its 2009 outbreak

14.10.07. 22:15

In U.S., Female Entrepreneurs Thrive in Purpose Well-Being

In the U.S., entrepreneurs, particularly women, are more likely to be thriving in purpose well-being than other workers. Entrepreneurs are also more likely than other workers to be thriving in both physical and community well-being

14.10.02. 21:00

In U.S., Business Grads Lag Other Majors in Work Interest

Business graduates lag behind graduates in other disciplines in work interest and purpose well-being. Moreover, business grads do not have a clear advantage in financial well-being

14.10.02. 06:00

Jobs Climate Related to Well-Being Worldwide

Across countries and in every region of the world, those who consider it a good time to find a job in their city or area exhibit higher levels of well-being in all five elements: purpose, social, financial, community, and physical

14.09.30. 08:00

World Faces Shortage in Purpose Well-Being

Out of the five elements of well-being, adults worldwide fared worst in 2013 in purpose well-being -- suggesting a global deficit in the number of people who actually like what they do each day and who are motivated to achieve their goals

14.09.23. 08:00

The Well-Being 5: Development and Validation of a Diagnostic...

Building upon extensive research from 2 validated well-being instruments, the objective...

14.09.18. 07:00

Black College Grads More Likely to Graduate With Debt

Half of 2000-2014 black college graduates in the U.S. report graduating with more than $25,000 in student loan debt. Black college grads show lower levels of well-being in several areas compared with other college graduates

14.09.18. 06:00

Though Insured, Many U.S. Asians Lack a Personal Doctor

In the U.S., Hispanics and Asians are less likely to report having a personal doctor compared with other racial and ethnic groups, even though Asians are among the most likely to say that they have health insurance

14.09.16. 09:00

In U.S., LGBT More Likely Than Non-LGBT to Be Uninsured

In the U.S., LGBT adults are more likely than non-LGBT adults to be uninsured. LGBT adults are also more likely to lack a personal doctor and to report being unable to afford healthcare costs in the last year

14.08.26. 10:00

North Dakota: Legendary Among States

North Dakota is the runaway leader among the states in how its residents score their lives and their state on 50 different dimensions. Several leading North Dakota officials offer their insights on why North Dakotans are so content

14.08.25. 10:00

LGBT Americans Report Lower Well-Being

LGBT Americans, particularly women, have lower overall well-being than their non-LGBT counterparts, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. The disparities are most significant in the areas of physical and financial well-being

14.08.25. 09:00

Nearly Three in 10 Workers Worldwide Are Self-Employed

Nearly three in 10 workers worldwide reported being self-employed in 2013. But rather than a positive sign of proactive entrepreneurial energy, high rates of self-employment in some countries often signal poor economic performance

14.08.22. 08:00

Slim Majority in U.S. Call Secondhand Smoke Very Harmful

A little more than half of Americans believe breathing secondhand smoke is very harmful to adults, unchanged in more than a decade. Smokers, particularly those who are not parents, are less concerned

14.08.14. 10:00

Americans Serving Their Communities Gain Well-Being Edge

Americans who have received recognition for helping to improve their communities in the last year have higher overall well-being and are less likely to report experiencing stress and worry than those who haven't received such recognition

14.08.12. 19:00

LGBT Population in U.S. Significantly Less Religious

Americans who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender are significantly less religious than other Americans, a difference that is evident in religious service attendance, importance of religion, and religious identification

14.08.11. 21:00

Forty-Five Percent of Americans Seek Out Organic Foods

In the U.S., 45% try to include organic foods in their diets, while 15% try to avoid them. Including organic foods is more common among younger Americans and upper-income Americans, as well as those who live in cities and in the West

14.08.07. 22:15

Student Debt Linked to Worse Health and Less Wealth

Americans who graduated college between 1990 and 2014 and took out over $50,000 in student loan debt are less likely to have thriving well-being than their fellow graduates who did not take out student loans

14.08.07. 09:00

Value Africans Place on Education Varies Widely by Country

The perceived value of education varies widely across 31 African countries Gallup surveyed in 2013. Asked to choose one of four factors most important for success, 73% select education in Botswana versus 13% in Ivory Coast

14.08.06. 08:00

Arkansas, Kentucky Report Sharpest Drops in Uninsured Rate

Arkansas and Kentucky lead all states in reported drops in their uninsured rates in 2014. The uninsured rates declined more in states that chose to expand Medicaid and set up their own marketplace exchanges than in states that have not

14.08.05. 19:00

Americans Favor Ban on Smoking in Public, but Not Total Ban

A majority of Americans say smoking in public places should be illegal. That is consistent with recent years, but a shift from before 2008 when the majority disagreed. Still, nearly 20% of Americans would totally ban smoking

14.07.30. 10:00

Reports of Alcohol-Related Family Trouble Remain Up in U.S.

Americans are much more likely now than they were 30 years ago to say drinking has been a cause of trouble in their family. Those who acknowledge having alcohol-related family problems are less likely to say they drink

14.07.29. 20:30

Americans Still Avoid Fat More Than Carbs

Nearly twice as many Americans say they are actively trying to avoid fat in their diet (56%) as say they are actively avoiding carbohydrates (29%)

14.07.29. 10:00

Americans More Likely to Avoid Drinking Soda Than Before

Sixty-three percent of Americans say they avoid soda -- a jump from 10 years ago -- and more than half say they avoid sugar (52%). More than nine in 10 Americans try to include fruits (92%) or vegetables (93%) in their diet

14.07.28. 10:00

Nearly Half in U.S. Remain Worried About Their Weight

Forty-five percent of Americans worry about their weight all or some of the time, remaining near the level of worry expressed in recent years. Another 29% of Americans are currently trying to lose weight, mainly for health reasons

14.07.25. 10:00

Beer Is Americans' Adult Beverage of Choice This Year

Beer leads wine as the drink of choice among Americans who consume alcohol, by as big a margin as Gallup has seen in six years. The percentage of Americans who report consuming alcohol is now 64%, similar to recent levels

14.07.23. 22:15

Hiring Discrimination for Smokers, Obese Rejected in U.S.

Few Americans say companies should be allowed to refuse to hire smokers (14%) or those who are significantly overweight (12%). Americans are more willing to say that smokers and those who are overweight should pay more for health insurance

14.07.22. 21:30

Many U.S. Smokers Say Higher Cigarette Taxes Are Unjust

A majority of U.S. smokers see increased taxes on cigarettes as an act of unfair discrimination against them. At the same time, a majority of smokers believe restrictions on smoking in public places are justified

14.07.18. 21:45

Americans Who Exercise Most Feel Best About Appearance

Seventy percent of Americans who exercised at least 30 minutes every day in the past week expressed agreement that they always feel good about their appearance, compared with 49% of those who did not exercise for 30 minutes on any day

14.07.18. 09:00

In U.S., Uninsured Rate Sinks to 13.4% in Second Quarter

The uninsured rate in the U.S. dropped to 13.4% in the second quarter of 2014 from 15.6% in the first quarter. This is the lowest rate recorded since Gallup and Healthways began tracking the percentage of uninsured Americans in 2008

14.07.10. 20:45

Older Americans Feel Best About Their Physical Appearance

U.S. seniors are more likely than other age groups to say they always feel good about their physical appearance.

14.07.10. 09:00

Obesity Linked to Lower Social Well-Being

Obese and underweight Americans are more likely to be "suffering" socially than those who are normal weight or overweight, but not obese. High social well-being also is linked to exercising and consuming produce more frequently

14.07.09. 09:00

Americans' Financial Well-Being Is Lowest, Social Highest

Americans are most likely to thrive in social well-being and to suffer in financial well-being, across five key well-being elements measured using the newly updated Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index

14.07.07. 21:45

Discharged Veterans More Likely to Use Tobacco

Employed veterans are slightly more likely to say they smoke than active-duty service members or civilian workers, while active-duty personnel are more likely than these other groups to use smokeless tobacco

14.07.02. 22:15

In U.S., Veterans Report Less Stress, Worry Than Civilians

Working veterans and active-duty service members have lower levels of worry and stress compared with their civilian counterparts. Older active-duty service members report the lowest levels of worry and stress

14.07.01. 07:00

Faith in Iraqi Government Falls Sharply in Sunni Regions

Confidence in the Iraqi government dropped substantially in predominantly Sunni areas in the months prior to the ISIS insurgency, even as it held steady in other parts of Iraq

14.06.27. 08:00

After Exchanges Close, 5% of Americans Are Newly Insured

Five percent of Americans interviewed after the healthcare exchanges closed report being newly insured in 2014. More than half of that group, or 2.8% of all Americans, say they got their new insurance through the health exchanges

14.06.23. 21:00

Obesity Linked to Long-Term Unemployment in U.S.

Americans unemployed for a year or more are more likely to be obese than those unemployed for shorter periods. The long-term unemployed are also more likely to have high blood pressure and high cholesterol

14.06.18. 09:00

Many Migrants Give Back to Their New Communities

Migrants worldwide all report donating their time and money to charity, but their commitment to their new communities changes the longer they live in them

14.06.18. 08:00

World Is Becoming Slightly More Negative

Gallup's Negative Experience Index, a measure of people's experiences of stress, anger, sadness, physical pain, and worry, has crept upward since 2007, and currently stands at 27. Iraq tops the list

14.06.12. 12:00

In U.S., Majority "Not Overweight," Not Trying to Lose Weight

Over half of Americans (55%) report that they are neither overweight nor trying to lose weight, while 18% say they are overweight and trying to lose weight. Another 18% say they are overweight yet are not trying to lose weight

14.06.10. 22:30

In U.S., Depression Rates Higher for Long-Term Unemployed

Americans who have been unemployed for long periods of time are more likely to suffer from depression than those who have been unemployed for shorter periods

14.06.09. 09:00

In U.S., Standard of Living Index Climbs to Six-Year High

Gallup's U.S. Standard of Living Index reached 47 in May, the highest monthly average in the more than six-year trend. The index is up three points from April

14.06.06. 10:00

Utahans Least Satisfied With Air Quality

Utah residents are least likely to be satisfied with their area's air quality, followed by residents of several other Western states. Residents of states in the northern Midwest are among the most likely to be satisfied

14.06.05. 18:45

U.S. Uninsured Rate Holds Steady at 13.4%

In the U.S., the uninsured rate for adults is at 13.4% for April and May, the first two months of the year's second quarter. The sharpest declines since the fourth quarter of 2013 are among blacks and Hispanics

14.06.05. 09:00

Happiness in Short Supply in Iran

Gallup's most recent rankings of positive emotions find Iran at 93 on a list of 138 countries. Iranians also reported the highest negative emotions in the world, second only to Iraq

14.06.03. 08:00

In U.S., Adult Obesity Rate Now at 27.7%

In the U.S., the adult obesity rate is 27.7% so far in 2014, significantly higher than the 25.5% average for 2008

14.05.22. 09:00

Farm Workers in Africa Pessimistic About Their Lives

Farm laborers in Africa rate their lives worse than non-farm workers and as bad, or worse, than those who are not working. They are also more likely to report having negative experiences

14.05.16. 08:00

Nearly All Hawaiians Say Their Locale Is Good for Minorities

Ninety-five percent of Hawaii's residents consider the city or area in which they live to be a good place for racial and ethnic minorities, earning the Aloha State the top spot in Gallup's 50-state ranking on this measure

14.05.14. 19:00

More in U.S. Have Self-Funded Health Coverage, Medicaid

The percentage of U.S. adults aged 18 to 64 who report having self-funded health insurance or Medicaid continued to mount in April following an increase in the first quarter 2014. The rates are sharply higher than in 2013

14.05.09. 21:45

Utahans Most Likely to Donate Money and Time

Utahans in 2013 were the most likely in the U.S. to report donating both their time and their money to others. Charitable giving was generally lowest in Southern and Southwestern states

14.05.08. 10:00

Life in College Matters for Life After College

A new Gallup-Purdue study of college graduates finds the type of school these graduates attended matters less to their work lives and current well-being than their experiences while in school

14.05.06. 09:00

U.S. Uninsured Rate Drops to 13.4%

The percentage of U.S. adults without health insurance was 13.4% in April, compared with 15.6% in the first quarter of 2014 and 17.1% in the fourth quarter of 2013. The rate dropped most among blacks, Hispanics, and lower-income Americans

14.05.05. 09:00

Using Mobile Technology for Work Linked to Higher Stress

In the U.S., adults who use email for work as well as those who work remotely outside of normal working hours are more likely to carry stress on any given day...

14.05.02. 09:00

States in Northeast Lead Nation in Dentist Visits

For the third year in a row, Connecticut residents were the most likely to say they visited a dentist in the last 12 months, followed closely by those in Massachusetts. Mississippians were least likely to say they go to the dentist

14.05.01. 09:00

One-Third of Americans Haven't Visited Dentist in Past Year

Almost two-thirds of American adults (64.7%) visited a dentist in 2013, essentially unchanged since 2008. Rates are lowest among men, those with lower incomes, blacks and Hispanics, and those living in the South

14.04.28. 10:00

Provo and Boulder Residents Report Highest Daily Learning

Residents of Provo-Orem, Utah, and Boulder, Colo., are the most likely to say they learned something new or interesting "yesterday." Communities with the highest levels of reported daily learning tend to have a large university

14.04.23. 10:00

Newly Insured in 2014 Represent About 4% of U.S. Adults

Four percent of Americans are newly insured this year. About half of this group obtained their new health insurance through a health exchange, and half got it using some other mechanism

14.04.16. 22:30

Higher Fines Compel Uninsured Americans to Sign Up

More uninsured adults would be willing to sign up for health insurance as penalty fines increase. However, this effect differs depending on the amount of the fine

14.04.16. 16:30

Uninsured Rate Drops More in States Embracing Health Law

The uninsured rate in states that have chosen to expand Medicaid and set up their own marketplace exchanges based on the 2010 healthcare law has declined by three times as much as the rate in states that have not

14.04.16. 09:00

McAllen, Texas, Residents Least Likely to Feel Safe

Residents of the McAllen, Texas, area felt the least safe walking alone at night (48.5%), in 2012-2013. Residents of the community were also the least likely to say they did not struggle to pay for housing in the last 12 months (75.5%)

14.04.15. 22:00

Americans Remain Negative Toward Healthcare Law

Americans remain more negative than positive toward the Affordable Care Act on various measures, including 43% approval and 54% disapproval of the law itself. A clear majority (64%) say the law has not directly affected them

14.04.11. 19:00

City Satisfaction Highest in Fort Collins-Loveland, Colo.

Fort Collins-Loveland, Colo., and San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles, Calif., residents are most satisfied with their cities, while Rockford, Ill., and Stockton, Calif., residents are least.

14.04.11. 13:00

In Anchorage, Access to Fruits and Vegetables Remains Lowest

Two-thirds of residents in Anchorage, Alaska (67.3%) reported having easy access to affordable fruits and vegetables -- the lowest rate in the nation. Residents of Olympia, Wash. (96.6%) were the most likely to have easy access to produce

14.04.08. 09:00

In U.S., Uninsured Rate Lowest Since 2008

In the U.S., the uninsured rate was 15.6% in the first quarter of 2014, down 1.5 percentage points from the fourth quarter of 2013. The uninsured rate is the lowest measured since late 2008

14.04.07. 09:00

Boulder, Colo., Residents Still Least Likely to Be Obese

Boulder, Colo., continues to have the lowest obesity rate (12.4%) in 2012 and 2013 out of 189 metro areas that Gallup and Healthways surveyed. Residents of Huntington-Ashland, W.Va.-Ky.-Ohio, were the most likely to be obese, at 39.5%

14.04.04. 09:00

Politics Affect Uninsured Americans' Insurance Intentions

Uninsured Americans' intentions to sign up for health insurance are highly related to their politics, with Democrats twice as likely as Republicans to say they will get insurance

14.03.28. 20:30

Alabamans Struggle Most to Afford Healthcare and Medicine

Alabama has the highest percentage of residents (24.5%) who struggled to pay for healthcare or medicine in 2013, while Iowa and Minnesota have the lowest percentage (12.2%). A state's uninsured rate is a strong indicator of how will fare

14.03.28. 08:00

Provo-Orem, Utah, Leads U.S. Communities in Well-Being

Provo-Orem, Utah, leads in well-being out of 189 U.S. communities surveyed in 2012-2013, while Huntington-Ashland, W.Va.-Ky.-Ohio, comes in last. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif., tops all large communities in well-being

14.03.25. 08:00

Mississippians' Struggles to Afford Food Continued in 2013

One in four Mississippians struggled to afford food in 2013 -- more than in any other state for the sixth straight year, while about one in 10 Alaskans reported the same

14.03.21. 18:30

In U.S., Smoking Rate Lowest in Utah, Highest in Kentucky

Utah has the lowest smoking rate (12.2%) for the sixth year straight, while Kentucky has the highest (30.2%). Alaska's smoking rate has improved the most since 2008

14.03.13. 17:15

U.S. Uninsured Rate Continues to Fall

The U.S. uninsured rate continues to decline in 2014, registering 15.9% so far in 2014 compared with 17.1% in the fourth quarter of 2013. The uninsured rate has dropped most among lower-income and black Americans

14.03.10. 08:00

Majority of Uninsured Say They Will Get Insurance

Fifty-five percent of uninsured Americans in February said they plan to get health insurance rather than pay a fine, down modestly from last fall. The majority of those who intend to get insurance plan to use the exchanges

14.03.07. 10:00

Vermont No. 1 in Frequent Exercise, Produce Consumption

Vermont residents are the most likely to report exercising frequently and eating produce regularly. Delaware ranks last in frequent exercise, while Oklahoma is at the bottom for produce consumption

14.03.07. 09:00

Fewer Americans Reported Healthy Eating in 2013

Fewer Americans reported eating healthily all day "yesterday" in 2013 than in the last five years. Lower-income Americans are more likely to report healthy eating than other income groups, but they eat produce less frequently

14.03.06. 10:00

Mississippians Most Obese, Montanans Least Obese

Mississippi had the highest rate of obesity in the U.S. in 2013, while Montana had the lowest.

14.03.04. 10:00

Flu Rate Highest in Nevada, Cold Rate Highest in Montana

Nevada residents were the most likely to report being sick with the flu in 2013, while Montana residents were the most likely to report having a cold. States with high flu rates tend to also have higher uninsured rates

14.02.28. 19:30

U.S. Obesity Rate Ticks Up to 27.1% in 2013

In the U.S., 27.1% of adults were obese in 2013. This is the highest rate in Gallup's six-year tracking history, and it includes a new high among those who are "morbidly obese.

14.02.27. 10:00

Business Leaders Say Knowledge Trumps College Pedigree

Most business leaders say a candidate's knowledge and applied skills are the most important factors for managers to consider when hiring, as opposed to where the candidate went to college or their college major

14.02.25. 15:00

Venezuelans Rated Their Lives Worse Ahead of Protests

Signs of the frustration and anger now on display in Venezuela's streets were evident late last year as Venezuelans' ratings of their lives deteriorated to their worst levels in years

14.02.25. 08:00

North Dakota No. 1 in Well-Being, West Virginia Still Last

North Dakota residents in 2013 had the highest well-being in the U.S. for the first time, while West Virginians had the lowest for the fifth straight year. Eleven states' well-being scores have improved steadily since 2010

14.02.20. 09:00

Majority of Afghans Suffering in 2013

Ahead of their presidential election and the withdrawal of international troops, Afghans have the highest rate of suffering in the world. The majority (55%) rate their lives poorly enough to be considered "suffering.

14.02.19. 08:00

Young Adults Living at Home Less Likely to Be "Thriving"

Young adults aged 24 to 34 who live at home with their parents are significantly less likely to be "thriving" than those who aren't living at home, even after controlling for demographic differences between the two groups

14.02.14. 21:45

In U.S., 14% of Those Aged 24 to 34 Are Living With Parents

One in seven U.S. adults between the ages of 24 and 34 report living at home with their parents. Marital status is the biggest predictor of living at home in this age group, followed by employment status and education

14.02.13. 21:45

Alaskans Most Positive About Standard of Living

Gallup's U.S. Standard of Living Index found Alaskans report the highest standard of living, while West Virginians report the lowest. The index rose in nearly all states in 2013, with the exceptions of Oklahoma and the District of Columbia

14.02.13. 10:00

U.S. Uninsured Rate Drops so Far in First Quarter of 2014

The percentage of uninsured Americans dropped to 16.0% from 17.1% in the fourth quarter of 2013. The uninsured rate among 26- to 34-year-olds continues to decline faster than among any other age group

14.02.12. 09:00

Highest Uninsured States Less Likely to Embrace Health Law

States that have implemented Medicaid expansion and set up their own marketplace exchanges based on the 2010 healthcare law tend to have lower percentages of uninsured residents than states that have not taken these steps

14.02.07. 09:00

Mississippi and Alabama Most Protestant States in U.S.

More than half of Americans identify as Protestants, concentrated predominantly in the South. About a quarter are Catholics, with Rhode Island still the most Catholic state. Utah is the most Mormon and New York the most Jewish state

14.02.05. 22:00

Mississippi Most Religious State, Vermont Least Religious

Mississippi held on to its position as the most religious state in the union in 2013, while Vermont remained the least religious. Overall, Americans' average religiosity has been generally stable since 2008

14.02.03. 19:30

More Uninsured Planning to Get Insurance From Exchanges

Fifty-six percent of uninsured Americans who plan to buy health insurance say they will do so through a government health insurance exchange, up from 50% in December and 45% in October

14.01.30. 10:00

Americans' Moods Still Improve on Holidays and Weekends

Americans' self-reported daily happiness, on average, ticked up slightly in 2013. Thanksgiving was the happiest day, while the most stressful days often coincided with negative news events, such as the federal budget sequestration

14.01.28. 22:00

U.S. Uninsured Rate Dipped Back Down at the End of 2013

The U.S. uninsured rate dipped back down to 17.2% in the fourth quarter of 2013 from 18.1% in the third quarter. The percentage of uninsured 18- to 25-year-olds also dropped in the fourth quarter to 23.5% and is on par with the 2013 average

14.01.17. 21:15

U.S. Flu and Cold Levels Rise, but Are Typical for Season

In the U.S., daily reports of the flu among adults averaged 2.8% in December and daily reports of having a cold averaged 8.9% -- both up from November. Hispanics and low-income earners are most likely to report having the flu

14.01.09. 20:45

Worldwide, Richest 3% Hold One-Fifth of Collective Income

Household income data gathered among 131 populations worldwide reveal that the richest 3% of residents hold one-fifth of the total self-reported income in those countries -- the same proportion the poorest 54% hold

14.01.03. 08:00

U.S. Uninsured Still Rate Exchange Experience Negatively

Uninsured Americans who have visited a health insurance exchange website are still more likely to say their experience was negative (59%) than positive (39%). About one in four uninsured Americans have visited an exchange website

14.01.02. 19:00's Top Stories of 2013

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13.12.31. 17:30

Gallup's Top 10 U.S. Well-Being Discoveries in 2013

Highlights from the top 10 most fascinating health and well-being findings from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index in 2013

13.12.29. 10:00

In U.S., Using Strengths More May Be the Best Pain Medicine

The more hours per day that Americans with health issues use their strengths to do what they do best, the less pain, stress, worry, and anger they report.

13.12.27. 10:00

Gallup's Top 10 World News Findings of 2013

Gallup reviews its top world news findings of 2013 based on surveys conducted in more than 140 countries through the Gallup World Poll

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