Americas

The FINANCIAL -- Seventy percent of Americans have "a great deal" or "a fair amount" of confidence in the U.S. government to protect its citizens from future acts of terrorism. This reflects a recovery of confidence from the last time the question was asked, immediately after a terrorist shooting in San Bernardino, California, when 14 people were ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' general perception of the U.S. economy remained slightly positive last week, with Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index at +4 for the week ending June 11. This is on par ...

The FINANCIAL -- Stability remains the name of the game in U.S. abortion attitudes. Half of Americans say abortion should be "legal only under certain circumstances," identical to a year ago, while ...

The FINANCIAL -- As right-to-die legislation is under debate in many states, 73% of U.S. adults say a doctor should be allowed to end a terminally ill patient's life by painless means if the patient ...

The FINANCIAL -- Hillary Clinton blames former FBI Director James Comey for her loss last November, but a sizable majority of Democrats have more confidence in Comey than in the man who actually beat ...

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 -- Fatherhood in America is changing in important and sometimes surprising ways. Today, fathers who live with their children are taking a more active role in caring for them and helping ...

The FINANCIAL -- On 10 hot-button issues, President Donald Trump gets the highest approval ratings for his handling of terrorism (46%) and the economy (45%). His lowest ratings are for healthcare ...

The FINANCIAL -- President Donald Trump's job approval weekly average edged down to 37% during the week ending June 11. This rating is one percentage point below the previous week's rating and is the ...