Gallup Poll


Survey Of Americans’ Moral Beliefs Reveals Changing Attitudes

The poll, which surveyed over 1,500 people about their values and beliefs, revealed that Americans have become more accepting of certain things, especially gay and lesbian relationships and having a child out of wedlock.


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Analysis: President Obama Holds Lead In National Polls

New and dramatic numbers out just eight weeks away from Election Day.


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Delaware Limps In at 47th on National ‘Well-Being Index’

The index is based on people’s answers to questions about their health, work life, and emotional state.


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Ocean City, NJ Is Happy To Be Listed As ‘Least Angry’ City In America

Of 357 metropolitan areas, a Gallup Poll found, Ocean City had the lowest percent of angry, depressed people.


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Poll Finds Americans Still Prefer Boys

It’s hard to believe, but Americans’ attitudes towards babies haven’t changed in decades.


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Poll: Americans Eating Fewer Veggies, Exercising Less

We’re eating fewer fruits and veggies, we’re exercising less, and we’re smoking more. So says a new Gallup poll.