Americas

The FINANCIAL -- Checking email outside of normal business hours does not appear to be a burden for U.S. workers. About six in 10 workers say they check email outside of normal business hours. Of these, few claim the amount of emails they have to respond to during off hours is unreasonable, or that it negatively affects their personal well-being or relationships with friends and ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' daily self-reports of spending averaged $107 in April, up $7 from March. The April figure is the highest monthly spending average since May 2008, although not meaningfully ...

The FINANCIAL -- American workers are less concerned about being laid off in the coming year than they have been in at least four decades. The current 8% of full- or part-time employees who say they ...

The FINANCIAL -- Voters tend to think President Trump has failed to deliver in his first 100 days in office, but that’s largely because Democrats are so ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' views of the economy remain positive on balance, but just barely. Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index averaged +3 for the week ending May 7. The index is down four ...