Americas

The FINANCIAL -- Despite an ongoing controversy over "fake news," more Americans this year (27%) say they have a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in newspapers than did so last year (20%). Although confidence in newspapers is up from last year's record low, it remains lower than it typically was in the 1980s and ...

The FINANCIAL -- Thirty-eight percent of U.S. adults say the threat of terrorism makes them less willing to attend events where there are thousands of people. This is up from 27% in July 2011, the ...

The FINANCIAL -- Before the Federal Reserve's decision Wednesday to raise interest rates for the third time in a year, U.S. investors reported that higher interest rates have had little impact on ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' confidence in the nation's major institutions has edged up in 2017, after registering historical lows over the past three years. Newspapers, public schools and organized ...