A new Gallup survey finds that 71% of parents who work full time have kids who are attending school in person.
The term has re-entered politics in America, but it means different things to different people.
A new poll out from Gallup says half of all employees in this country have, at some point or another, quit their jobs to get away from a bad boss.
When you think of stress centers around the country, New York City or Washington D.C. may come to mind. But according to a new poll from Gallup, the people of West Virginia, Rhode Island and Kentucky are the most stressed.
How confident are you about our economic future? A survey from the polling firm Gallup finds the answer may have more to do with politics than economics.
When asked if the next year will be one of prosperity or difficulty, 65 percent of those surveyed see difficulty in their future.
This election, in part driven by the discrepancy between most media analysis and Nate Silver's data-driven electoral model, has prompted a debate about polling in the new media landscape. Frank Newport, of Gallup, says his polling still works but could be tweaked.