Americas

The FINANCIAL -- As the Senate continues to work toward a new healthcare bill, 16% of Americans name healthcare as the most important problem facing the U.S. This is up from 7% in June, but similar to the 18% recorded in May, when the House of Representatives passed its version of a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). These findings represent the highest percentages mentioning this ...

The FINANCIAL -- The 20% job approval rating that Americans give Congress is essentially unchanged from June. Approval of Congress has hovered near 20% since August 2016, apart from a brief bump to ...

The FINANCIAL -- Lawmakers return to the Hill this week with no clear directive from the American people on how to handle healthcare reform. The largest segment, 44%, wants significant changes to the ...

The FINANCIAL -- President Donald Trump's base of support is currently centered in the evangelical South and rural counties scattered throughout Appalachia and the Midwest, according to June Gallup ...