Americas

The FINANCIAL -- Despite President Donald Trump's unconventional style, Americans' assessments of his job performance as president are largely shaped by the same familiar social fissures that have long divided U.S. public opinion -- especially party affiliation. Beyond this, Americans' political ideology and racial/ethnic identification are important factors in shaping presidential ...

The FINANCIAL -- President Donald Trump's 38% job approval rating in Gallup's latest weekly average is well below what would be expected based on the relationship between job approval and Americans' ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans believe the news media play an important role in democracy, particularly in terms of informing the public, yet they do not think the media are fulfilling that role ...

The FINANCIAL -- The U.S. ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, has warned the country's politicians that they will bear “specific and harsh consequences” should their efforts to abolish a new war ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' perceptions of news media bias have increased significantly over the past generation. Thirty-two percent believe the news media are careful to separate fact from opinion, ...

The FINANCIAL -- One year into Donald Trump's presidency, the image of U.S. leadership is weaker worldwide than it was under his two predecessors. Median approval of U.S. leadership across 134 ...