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Americans' Satisfaction With U.S. Drops Sharply

Americans' satisfaction with the way things are going in the U.S. fell sharply in July, to the lowest level measured since October 2013. This coincides with a surge in mentions of race relations/racism as the most important U.S. problem

16.07.21. 10:00

Gallup Vault: What a Convention Bounce Looks Like

George H.W. Bush went into the 1988 convention trailing his opponent on the ballot and garnering so-so ratings for several key character traits. He came out of the convention with a new image and a commanding lead

16.07.20. 19:45

More Republicans Favor Path to Citizenship Than Wall

More Republicans favor a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants living in the U.S. than either of two proposals advanced by Donald Trump -- building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and deporting all illegal immigrants

16.07.20. 10:00

Melania Trump's Image Less Positive Than Other Spouses

Melania Trump's pre-convention favorable rating is the worst of any potential first lady Gallup has measured since 1992, mainly because Democrats tilt strongly against her. Republicans are more positive, though many can't rate her

16.07.19. 00:15

Paul Ryan Maintains Positive Image Among Republicans

Paul Ryan enjoys higher favorable ratings among both Republicans and U.S. adults overall than his fellow party leaders who are attending the Republican National Convention

16.07.19. 22:30

Trump's Image Over Last Year Stable -- and Negative

Americans' views of Donald Trump have been generally stable and continually negative over the past year. Trump's current 34% favorable and 61% unfavorable ratings are within a few points of where they were in July 2015

16.07.18. 22:00

Voters Have Muted Reaction to Pence, Hardly Know Him

American voters' first reaction to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as Donald Trump's running mate is among the least positive Gallup has measured for vice presidential picks, although similar to their reaction to Paul Ryan four years ago

16.07.18. 10:00

Gallup Vault: Racial Strife in the Summer of '67

In 1967, one in seven Americans living in large cities said it was likely that there was going to be serious racial trouble in their community in the near future

16.07.15. 21:00

U.S. Satisfaction Higher Among Blacks, Hispanics Than Whites

Nearly half of blacks and Hispanics are satisfied with the way things are going in the U.S., compared with 28% of whites. Satisfaction levels among these three groups have been fairly steady since 2013

16.07.15. 20:30

Americans' Optimism About Blacks' Opportunities Wanes

Most Americans believe blacks have the same chance as whites to get a job, a good education and any housing they can afford, but fewer hold these views than at any point in the last two decades

16.07.15. 10:00

In U.S., Hispanics Least Worried About Election Outcome

Hispanics are less likely than whites or blacks to view the stakes in the presidential election as higher than usual or to express concern about what will happen if their candidate does not win

16.07.13. 22:00

Before July Shootings, Blacks Divided on Police Behavior

Just before the fatal police shootings of black men during routine law enforcement encounters in Louisiana and Minnesota, 50% of U.S. blacks said their local police treat blacks fairly; 48% said unfairly

16.07.13. 10:00

One in Four Americans Dislike Both Presidential Candidates

In the U.S., one in four view Trump and Clinton unfavorably, much higher than the percentage who disliked both candidates in 2012 or 2008. But this doesn't mean turnout will be low or a third-party candidate will be successful

16.07.12. 21:15

Majority in U.S. Prefer State Over Federal Government Power

A majority of Americans (55%) favor concentration of power in state governments, while 37% favor power concentrated at the federal level. This comes as nearly half of the states sue the federal government over transgender bathrooms

16.07.11. 22:00

U.S. Uninsured Rate Remains at Historical Low of 11.0%

In the second quarter of 2016, the uninsured rate remains at 11.0%, matching the first quarter for the lowest rate in Gallup's eight-year trend. This remains down from 11.9% in the fourth quarter of 2015

16.07.11. 09:00

Public Opinion Context: Americans, Race and Police

A review of Gallup data on Americans' attitudes toward police, race and criminal justice provides a public opinion context for the events of the last several days

16.07.09. 00:30

Americans Increasingly Turn to Specific Sources for News

Reacting to the ever-growing and ever-changing news environment, more Americans -- especially younger ones -- define their main source of news in terms of who provides it rather than how it is provided

16.07.08. 21:30

Most in U.S. Oppose Colleges Considering Race in Admissions

Seven in 10 Americans oppose the idea of colleges taking into account an applicant's race in the admissions process, even when it is explained that this could help increase diversity. These views have not changed over the past 13 years

16.07.08. 06:01

Gallup Vault: Breaking a Historic Gender Barrier

Thirty-five years ago, President Ronald Reagan made history by nominating the first woman, Sandra Day O'Connor, to the U.S. Supreme Court

16.07.07. 20:15

Sometimes Party Loyalty Asks Too Much

Based on the intensity of the cross-pressures facing Democrats and the low expectations of Republicans, it is likely that the 2016 presidential election will see party allegiances tested at unprecedented levels

16.07.07. 00:30

Americans: Major Donors Sway Congress More Than Constituents

Nearly two-thirds of Americans (64%) believe that major donors have a lot of influence on how members of Congress vote, compared with 14% who say the same about the members' constituents

16.07.06. 21:00

Americans' Reactions to Trump, Clinton Explain Poor Images

The first words that come to Americans' minds about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are mostly negative. Many associate dishonesty or criminality with Clinton, and bad character traits or temperament with Trump

16.07.01. 22:45

New Low of 52% "Extremely Proud" to Be Americans

Fifty-two percent of U.S. adults say they are "extremely proud" to be an American, a record low in Gallup's 16-year trend. As recently as 2003, 70% were extremely proud

16.07.01. 10:00

Trump Leads Clinton in Historically Bad Image Ratings

Donald Trump's 42% highly unfavorable rating on Gallup's 10-point rating scale is higher than Gallup has measured for presidential candidates back to 1956...

16.07.01. 09:00

Gallup Vault: Population Fears Didn't Scare Americans at First

Americans had a measured first reaction to dire predictions about global population growth

16.06.29. 22:30

Views of Opportunity in U.S. Improve, but Lag the Past

A slight majority of Americans, 54%, say it is likely today's youth can live a better life than their parents, continuing a recovery from a low of 44% in April 2011, but still below the 66% from early 2008

16.06.29. 10:00

Clinton, Trump Gaining Favorability Within Parties

Democrats and Republicans, respectively, view Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump slightly more favorably today than they did before the two clinched their parties' nominations

16.06.27. 22:45

Trump Not Yet Generating Evangelical Republican Zeal

Highly religious white Protestant Republicans are slightly more positive about Trump now than they were from February to May, but they remain no more favorable toward Trump than are those who are moderately or not religious

16.06.27. 10:00

Good News: Trump and Clinton Both Addressed the Public's Key Concerns

In dueling speeches this week, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton talked about several of the key issues the public has identified as most important to them -- including the economy and jobs...

16.06.24. 23:15

Euthanasia Still Acceptable to Solid Majority in U.S.

A majority of Americans continue to say a doctor should be allowed to end a patient's life by painless means if the patient requests it.

16.06.24. 10:00

Congress' Harshest Critics Identify a Crisis of Influence

Americans who rate the job Congress is doing as poor or bad say Congress is ineffective and gridlocked, and strongly agree that Congress is under the control of financial contributors and lobbyists rather than constituents back home

16.06.23. 23:00

Same-Sex Marriages Up One Year After Supreme Court Verdict

Roughly half of cohabiting same-sex couples in the U.S. are married as opposed to living in a domestic partnership. That is up from 38% before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide a year ago

16.06.22. 10:00

Trump's Image Slips; Clinton's Holds Steady

Americans' views of Donald Trump have drifted slightly more negative over the past month and a half, while views of Hillary Clinton have remained stable. At this point, Trump's net favorable rating is -33; Clinton's is -13

16.06.21. 22:00

The Two Strains of Americans' Approaches to Guns

Most Americans would support new laws requiring universal background checks for gun purchases in the U.S.

16.06.20. 19:00

Democrats More Upbeat Than Republicans About 2016 Slate

By 71% to 59%, more Democrats than Republicans in the U.S. are satisfied that someone is running this year who will make a good president. Republicans' satisfaction is down since Donald Trump became the presumptive GOP nominee

16.06.20. 10:00

Americans Continue to Express Highest Confidence in Military

While Americans' faith in many of society's institutions has fallen, their confidence in the military has remained robust. Americans continue to have a higher level of confidence in the military than in any other U.S. institution tested

16.06.17. 21:30

Republicans, Democrats Interpret Orlando Incident Differently

Most Republicans, 79%, interpret the recent mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub as an act of Islamic terrorism, while the majority of Democrats, 60%, perceive it as an act of domestic gun violence

16.06.17. 10:00

Majority in U.S. Say Congress Doing a "Poor" or "Bad" Job

A majority of Americans rate Congress' job performance at the low end of a five-point scale, calling it "poor" or "bad." The Republicans in Congress fare worse than the Democrats

16.06.16. 22:30

Financial Inclusion and Trust Issues in Europe, Central Asia

In Europe and Central Asia, a lack of trust in banks continues to shape the ways people in the region use formal financial services

16.06.16. 09:00

Democrats Now More Convinced Candidates Have Good Ideas

Democrats are now significantly more likely than Republicans to say any one of the presidential candidates has come up with good ideas for solving the nation's most important problem, a substantial change from previous months

16.06.15. 22:30

How High Will Terrorism Concerns Rise, How Long Will They Last?

The Orlando massacre Sunday may cause Americans once again to say terrorism or guns are the nation's most important problem, as they did last December after the Paris and San Bernardino attacks

16.06.15. 10:00

Gallup Vault: Rejecting the Electoral College

Nearly seven decades of Gallup trends find unequivocal public support for eliminating the Electoral College system for electing U.S. presidents and replacing it with a direct popular vote

16.06.14. 19:45

American Public Opinion, Terrorism and Guns

Before the Orlando shootings, Americans indicated that military actions against the Islamic State would be among the most effective ways to fight terrorism and that restrictions on Muslims would be among the least effective

16.06.13. 22:45

Americans' Confidence in Institutions Stays Low

Americans continue to place little confidence in the nation's major institutions, with their average confidence levels nearing record lows. Confidence in newspapers and in organized religion both dropped to their lowest levels yet

16.06.13. 10:00

Gallup Vault: Futurama and the World's Fair of 1939

The 1939 World's Fair in New York contained a variety of popular exhibits, the most liked of which was Futurama, a forward-looking attraction that envisioned the America of 1960

16.06.10. 18:45

The Economy, Jobs and Dysfunctional Government

Americans are clearly focused on the economy, jobs and dysfunctional government as major problems facing the nation today. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump can do well to provide specifics on how they would address these issues

16.06.10. 12:00

Republicans Continue to Rate GOP-Led Congress Poorly

Republicans continue to be less approving than Americans as a whole of the job the GOP-led Congress is doing. This directly contrasts with the historical pattern -- the majority party's supporters are usually more approving of Congress

16.06.10. 10:00

Americans' Satisfaction With U.S. Direction Remains Low

Americans' satisfaction with the way things are going in the U.S. is at 29% in June, consistent with the low satisfaction levels Gallup has measured since 2007. Democrats, however, became more positive in June

16.06.09. 10:00

Birth Control, Divorce Top List of Morally Acceptable Issues

Birth control, divorce, sex between unmarried people and gambling are among the issues Americans are most likely to find "morally acceptable." Lowest on this list are polygamy, extramarital affairs, and cloning animals and humans

16.06.08. 19:45

Thought Given to Presidential Election Matches 2008 Levels

Americans are giving as much thought to this presidential election as they did to the one in 2008 that produced a 40-year high in voter turnout.

16.06.08. 10:00

Gallup Vault: Americans Saw What They Liked in Ike

In 1954, when two in three Americans approved of the job Dwight Eisenhower was doing as U.S. president, the majority of liberals perceived him as a liberal, while most conservatives saw him as a conservative

16.06.07. 19:00

Clinton Still Has More Negatives Among Dems Than Sanders

As Bernie Sanders finds himself under increased pressure from major Democratic figures to quit the presidential primary, he remains more popular among national Democrats than does Hillary Clinton

16.06.06. 22:00

Party Groups Agree on Importance of Big Election Issues

Republicans, independents and Democrats largely agree on the top issues that will affect their vote for president -- the economy, jobs, healthcare, education and national security. They disagree on climate change and treatment of minorities

16.06.06. 21:15

Americans Favor Idea of Increased Overtime Eligibility

Most Americans agree with increasing worker eligibility for overtime pay, raising the minimum wage and requiring companies to offer paid sick leave, vacation, and family and medical leave. Americans oppose strengthening labor unions

16.06.03. 20:45

Gallup Vault: Building Faith in U.S. Space Exploration

On June 3, 1965, Edward White became the first U.S. astronaut to "spacewalk" as he exited the Gemini 4 spacecraft over the Pacific Ocean on a tether. Soon afterward, Americans for the first time said the U.S.

16.06.03. 19:00

Clinton's Best Asset, Trump's Biggest Liability: Experience

Hillary Clinton has advantages over Donald Trump in Americans' views of the candidates' experience and ability to work with both parties. Trump has the advantage in views of their leadership and ability to stand up to special interests

16.06.03. 10:00

Presidential Candidates and the Challenge of Fixing the Government

Americans are significantly dissatisfied with the U.S. system of government, yet don't rate this as a high priority for the next president to address.

16.06.02. 22:45

Trump Leads Clinton on Top-Ranking Economic Issues

Americans say Donald Trump is better than Hillary Clinton on the economy and jobs -- the top two issues Americans say will influence their vote. Clinton leads on education and healthcare, which rank near the top

16.06.02. 20:15

Gallup Vault: Foreshadowing the Postwar Housing Boom

An August 1945 Gallup poll foreshadowed the housing boom and related economic expansion after World War II by finding that nearly one in four Americans, and even higher proportions of young adults, were planning to build their own home

16.06.01. 19:00

Economy Remains Top Priority for Next President

Americans' top priority for the next president continues to be the economy, although they also frequently mention immigration, healthcare, national defense and education

16.06.01. 10:00

Party Images Stable Amid Heated Nomination Contests

In a year when presidential nomination contests have caused much intraparty tension for both major political parties, Americans' favorable ratings of the Democratic (44%) and Republican (36%) parties haven't changed much

16.05.31. 10:00

Race, Gender Biggest Differentiators in Views of Clinton, Trump

Race, ethnicity, gender and marital status are among the most powerful demographic differentiators in views of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

16.05.27. 22:30

Most Are Positive About at Least One Presidential Candidate

Twenty-two percent of Democrats say Hillary Clinton would be a great president if elected, similar to the 19% of Republicans who say the same about Donald Trump. Most Americans are positive about at least one presidential candidate

16.05.27. 20:45

U.S. Religious Groups Disagree on Five Key Moral Issues

U.S. Jews and nonreligious Americans tend to be more liberal on moral issues than Protestants, Catholics and Mormons. Mormons diverge from all other groups on the morality of premarital sex and gambling

16.05.26. 22:00

Gallup Vault: Americans' Mindset After Hiroshima

In the weeks after the U.S. dropped nuclear bombs on Japan, effectively ending World War II, most Americans thought the development of the atomic bomb was a good thing.

16.05.26. 19:45

Americans Remain Pessimistic About State of Moral Values

Americans remain far more likely to say the state of moral values in the U.S. is getting worse (73%) than to say it is getting better (20%).

16.05.25. 19:15

Americans' Attitudes Toward Abortion Unchanged

U.S. public opinion on abortion was largely steady over the past year, as Americans remained split on the morality of abortion as well as in their preferences for the "pro-choice" vs. "pro-life" labels

16.05.25. 10:00

Hillary Clinton Maintains Image Advantage Over Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton continues to have an image advantage over Donald Trump among American adults, with a net favorable rating of -14 compared with Trump's -27. Trump's image has improved this month while Clinton's has been static

16.05.24. 21:00

Gallup Vault: Hawks vs. Doves on Vietnam

Fifty years ago, in March 1966, 47% of Americans described themselves as hawks on the Vietnam War -- wanting to step up the fighting -- while 26% described themselves as doves, wanting to slow it down

16.05.24. 19:00

Sanders' Backers Most Likely to Say Election Process Faulty

Americans from both major parties are unhappy with how the election process is working. But Democrats who support Bernie Sanders are more critical than Democrats backing Hillary Clinton or Republicans who oppose Donald Trump

16.05.23. 22:15

Republicans Paying More Attention to Election Than Democrats

In mid-May, 47% of Republicans are following election news very closely, compared with 39% of Democrats, a gap that has been evident all year. Overall, Americans are following the election slightly more closely now than in January

16.05.23. 10:00

Disentangling Attitudes Toward Transgender Bathroom Use

The American public has not formed firm opinions on the issue of policies or laws surrounding transgender individuals' use of bathroom facilities, and the polling evidence that does exist at this point is mixed

16.05.20. 21:55

Democrats More Liberal on Social Issues Than Economic Ones

Fifty-seven percent of Democrats say they are liberal on social issues, while a smaller 41% say they are liberal on economic issues. Republicans are more likely to say they are conservative on economic (73%) than on social issues (62%)

16.05.20. 21:15

Most Democrats Say Continued Campaign Not Hurting the Party

Although Bernie Sanders has scored a series of wins in recent primaries to slow down Hillary Clinton's likely nomination, 70% of Democrats do not think the continuing campaign for the presidential nomination is hurting the party

16.05.20. 10:00

Republicans More Positive About Trump, But Many Not Pleased

Donald Trump's image among Republicans is improving, but remains substantially more negative than previous GOP nominees at this point in their campaigns. Half of Republicans say they wish someone else was their party's nominee

16.05.19. 22:45

Gallup Analysis: Millennials, Marriage and Family

According to a Gallup analysis, millennials in the U.S. are delaying marriage longer than any other generation before them, though they do intend to marry and eventually have children

16.05.19. 16:45

Americans' Support for Gay Marriage Remains High, at 61%

Sixty-one percent of Americans say that marriages between same-sex couples should be recognized by the law as valid, consistent with the 58% and 60% recorded in 2015

16.05.19. 10:00

Majority in U.S. Do Not Have a Will

Less than half of Americans, 44%, say they have a will describing how their money and estate should be handled after their death. That is a lower proportion than in two prior Gallup polls

16.05.18. 18:45

How Would Americans React to a President Trump's First 100 Days?

If Donald Trump were elected president, Americans would be very positive about his projected efforts to unite Democrats, independents and Republicans...

16.05.18. 10:00

Majority in U.S. Support Idea of Fed-Funded Healthcare System

Asked separately about three possible courses for the future of the Affordable Care Act, more Americans favor replacing it with federally funded health insurance for all Americans than favor either keeping it in place or repealing it

16.05.16. 10:00

Americans Slowly Embracing Affordable Care Act More

Americans are split on whether they approve or disapprove of the Affordable Care Act, but overall, they are steadily seeing more benefits to the law since 2012

16.05.13. 19:00

Millennials Like Sanders, Dislike Election Process

Millennials -- regardless of gender or education level -- view Bernie Sanders more favorably than Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

16.05.11. 21:00

How Millennials Want to Work and Live

71% of Millennials Are Either Not Engaged or Actively Disengaged at Work

16.05.11. 06:01

Just How Divided Is the GOP Over Trump?

Despite an editorial emphasis on a "divided" Republican Party, the significant majority of rank-and-file Republicans like Donald Trump and say it's likely they will vote for him

16.05.10. 11:00

Gallup Vault: "Liberty vs. Socialism" as a Campaign Slogan

In 1950, the Republican Party attempted to frame that year's midterm elections as a choice between liberty and socialism. The slogan's conservative champion, Sen. Robert Taft, saw 1952 as the last chance to settle the matter

16.05.06. 19:15

Americans' Views of Socialism, Capitalism Are Little Changed

Americans' images of socialism, capitalism and other economic-related concepts have not changed significantly over the past six years. Americans are most positive about small business and least positive about socialism

16.05.06. 10:00

Most U.S. Students Don't Mind Taking Educational Assessments

The amount of time U.S. students spend taking tests is a much greater concern for educators than it is for students.

16.05.05. 06:01

Gallup Vault: A Case of Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right

On April 29, 1992, one of the worst riots in the nation's history erupted in Los Angeles after police accused of beating a young black man were found not guilty. Whites and blacks agreed that the verdict and the riots were unjustified

16.04.29. 19:30

Presidential Candidates as Leaders: The Public's View

U.S. adults have well-defined images of the four major presidential candidates across 12 key leadership dimensions. They give the candidates, as a group, the most credit for being competitive, intense, focused and enthusiastic

16.04.29. 10:00

Americans Split on Idea of Withdrawing From Trade Treaties

More than four in 10 Americans say they don't know enough to say whether the U.S. should end its participation in free trade deals such as NAFTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but among those who do, opinion is split

16.04.28. 10:00

Gallup Vault: Nuclear Power Plant Fears After Chernobyl

Gallup's 1976-1986 trend on public support for building nuclear power plants chronicled a sharp increase in public opposition in the decade spanning the Three Mile Island and Chernobyl nuclear power accidents

16.04.26. 19:00

The American Public and Extreme Policy Positions

Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz have adopted strong, and opposing, positions on the ideal role of government. Americans support neither of these positions, and would prefer debate and compromise on the issue, rather than rigid ideology

16.04.25. 22:00

Obama Retains Strong Edge Over Congress in Job Approval

President Barack Obama begins his final year in office with his widest lead to date in job approval over Congress, and with one of the widest leads Gallup has found since 1981. He is also outperforming U.S. satisfaction by a healthy margin

16.04.25. 20:45

Women Paying Less Attention Than Men to 2016 Election

Men are paying more attention than women to 2016 election news, a gap that has expanded this month. This gender gap exists among both Republicans and Democrats

16.04.22. 22:45

Gallup Vault: Vintage Cynicism About Political Corruption

Fifty-one years ago, Gallup found about half of Americans believing political favoritism and corruption were on the rise and the majority saying both parties were equally likely to engage in it

16.04.22. 19:00

Dissecting Trump 2016 and Reagan 1980 Image Comparisons

Despite some contentions to the contrary, evidence shows that at this time in the 1980 campaign year, Ronald Reagan's image was significantly more positive than Trump's image is now

16.04.21. 14:00

Obama Job Approval Up to Average 49.5% in 29th Quarter

President Barack Obama's 49.5% job approval average during his 29th quarter in office is a nearly three-percentage-point improvement over the prior quarter, and is one of his better averages as president

16.04.21. 10:00

Gallup Vault: The Urge to Demonstrate

In 1965, an overwhelming number of Americans said they did not have the urge to protest, despite the burgeoning Vietnam War and ongoing civil rights demonstrations

16.04.20. 19:00

Republicans Say Campaign Taking Toll on Party Image

Democrats are modestly more likely than Republicans to be satisfied with their respective party's selection of presidential candidates. But Republicans are much more likely to say the primary process is hurting their party's image

16.04.19. 21:45

Americans Most Confident in Sanders, Kasich on Economy

Of the five presidential candidates, Americans express the most confidence in Sen. Bernie Sanders (47%) and Gov. John Kasich (46%) to recommend the right thing for the economy. Americans have the least confidence in Donald Trump (30%)

16.04.18. 19:30

Americans Still Say Upper-Income Pay Too Little in Taxes

Six in 10 Americans believe that upper-income Americans pay too little in taxes, and 52% favor higher taxes on the rich in order to redistribute wealth. These views differ widely by political party identification

16.04.15. 10:00

Presidential Election 2016: Key Indicators

Daily, weekly and monthly updates on key indicators that provide context for the 2016 presidential electio

16.03.06. 07:00

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