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"Fifty-seven percent of Americans say that religion can answer all or most of today's problems," according to Gallup, which recently released a poll on the subject.
Nearly 8 in 10 veterans are satisfied with the GI Bill's education benefits, a promising statistic as Congress and others scrutinize the failings of medical care for those who served.
Land of the free? Not necessarily. A massive Gallup poll released Tuesday has confirmed what tea partyers and other grass-roots folk have warned about in recent years. A sense of real freedom appears to be diminished in America, and the nation itself ranks well down on a list of countries where residents report they are "satisfied" with the amount of freedom they enjoy.
Following the end of Obamacare's first open enrollment period, the U.S. uninsured rate is holding steady at a low point of 13.4 percent, with the rate declining most among blacks and Hispanics, according to a new Gallup poll.
Gov. Susana Martinez will honor fallen soldiers on Memorial Day in Gallup.
Americans say the U.S. Army is the most important service branch to national defense, but the Marine Corps is still considered the most prestigious, said a Gallup poll released Friday.
A Gallup poll released this week suggests that job and life satisfaction after college may hinge on often-overlooked factors, including how engaged a student was and their relationship with professors.
Many Muslims view the "Muslim airplane tweet” episode as one of the most well-publicized, but least discussed, instances of Islamophobia in recent history.
Americans continue to be irked with Congress. A mere 9 percent of likely voters say incumbents should be re-elected in the 2014 midterms according to a new Rasmussen Poll. Positive approval ratings for lawmakers linger at about 12 percent says Gallup, which continually tracks such things. And naturally, voters also think these elected officials do not deserve the pay they receive for their efforts.
Air raid sirens, dank fallout shelters, Operation Looking Glass and B-52s on high alert: those were the cultural hallmarks of the Cold War at one point in history. Is the United States embarking on another one as the Ukraine matter continues? That depends on who you talk to. The majority of Americans say yes, this is the case. President Obama, however, insists there is no Cold War.
The share of Americans without health insurance is dropping to the lowest levels since President Barack Obama took office, but sign-ups under his health care law lag among Hispanics - a big pool of potential beneficiaries.
Michelle Obama may take the cake when it comes to popularity comparisons with her presidential husband. But even she can't best Laura Bush or Barbara Bush.
Mississippi, where 61 percent of citizens rank themselves as "very religious," claimed the top spot in the Gallup Organization's latest poll of religious behavior in the United States.
It may just be the start of a new trend. The uninsured rate dropped modestly this month as expanded coverage rolled out under President Barack Obama's health care law, a major survey released Thursday has found.
Gallup polls now find a solid majority of Americans believe the federal government should not play a role in making sure Americans have health coverage. This represents a sharp reversal of the same poll prior to 2009 and steady drop since then.