Nurses are the most trusted workers in America, based on honesty and ethical standards. Doctors come in second.
While many Americans believe that unemployment and gridlock in Washington have gone a long way to ruin this year, much of the population does not see it that way.
A new Gallup poll indicates that earlier forecasts of holiday spending display too much optimism.
Among 13 federal agencies, the one with the most positive impression is the U.S. Postal Service, according to Gallup research.
The rise in texting among young Americans continues to grow, while it lags among older Americans, according to Gallup.
Daily spending for U.S. consumers remained relatively flat in October, according to Gallup.
A 4% rise in Christmas spending may not be enough to substantially lift the revenue at healthy retailers or repair the problems at weaker ones.
Gallup reports that optimism about finding a job has jumped to a level rarely seen since the Great Recession.
Source: thinkstock.comEuropeans went in May to the polls to vote for their representatives to the European Parliament. The results were surprising, as parties in the far right and skeptics of the...
Source: ThinkstockIn its most recent reading on investor and retiree optimism, Gallup reported on Friday that its Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index rose to +46 in August, the...
According to a new Gallup poll, Americans' views of the banking industry are positive for the first time since 2007.
Only about four of 10 U.S. workers actually work a 9-to-5, 40-hour a week job. A full 50% say they work more than that.
These are the 11 U.S. cities with the most dangerous diets.
Source: ThinkstockAccording to the International Labour Organization, last year 200 million people across the world were unemployed. Yet, according to performance management consulting firm Gallup,...
Source: ThinkstockIt is hard to miss the recent advance in the stock markets. After a spike higher in 2013, the S&P 500 is up another 17% over the past year. However, many investors are unaware of...