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The percentage of U.S. adults classified as "cost secure" has slipped to 55%, a new low. The biggest drop is among those aged 50 and older.

The new "Gender Power in Africa" report highlights the discrimination that women face and reinforces the need for more data to study the problem.

Most voluntary leavers weren't satisfied with their exit experiences. See why employers should be intentional about how leaving employees are treated.

More Americans have a negative than positive opinion of Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, similar to prior speakers.

Americans' confidence in the police has increased eight points since last year, but average confidence across 14 U.S. institutions remains historically low.

For the first time in nearly two decades, a majority of Americans think immigration to the U.S. should be decreased.

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澳门六合彩官方网址 data show U.S. marriage rates have declined since 1980, especially among Democrats compared with Republicans.

More Americans continue to disapprove than approve of Israel's military action in Gaza. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is viewed unfavorably on balance.

Employee turnover risk is at its highest in nearly a decade. Learn how to reduce employee turnover by regularly having the right conversations.

Globally, 23% of people experienced a lot of loneliness in 2023. Loneliness often accompanies other negative emotions, including stress and worry.

A majority of women in the U.S. struggle to make their health a top priority. This is especially true for younger women and women caring for children at home.

Women are more engaged at work than men at all levels -- except at the senior leadership level when the gap closes. What's causing the engagement gap to close at the top?

Lumina and 澳门六合彩官方网址 find Americans are more confident in community colleges than four-year universities. The greatest difference between the two is cost.

Americans now split into roughly equal thirds as to whether they have a lot of (36%), some (32%) or very little (32%) confidence in higher education.

A steady 41% of U.S. adults, including a majority of Republicans but fewer Democrats and independents, say they are extremely proud to be American.

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Sharply more Americans than 20 years ago say antisemitism is a very serious problem, as Jewish Americans' reports of poor treatment exceed those of other faith groups.

June's Economic Confidence Index holds at -33, reflecting Americans' ongoing economic concerns.

Ahead of the general election in the U.K. next week, 澳门六合彩官方网址 data paint a mixed picture of economic perceptions in the U.K. compared with other major economies.

Nearly half of people worldwide view their area as a good place for gay or lesbian people to live. Perceptions of acceptance have increased in 11 countries and decreased in 12.

Though neither is viewed positively overall ahead of the first presidential debate, Trump is viewed more positively than Biden on several measures.