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In 2005, Gallup launched a 100-year initiative to measure the will of every person on Earth.
The Gallup World Poll is now the gold standard of worldwide polling.
Gallup can collect data that no one else can.
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We research and analyze more than 100 crucial world issues affecting people's lives, such as media freedom, security, leadership approval, happiness, employment and more.
Join many well-known organizations and influential academics who work with us to understand and solve some of the world's most pressing problems.
Track trends of 100+ crucial world issues.
"If democracy is based on the will of the people, shouldn't someone find out what that will is?"
Make better decisions based on the will of the people.
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The World Poll is based on a framework called the Gallup Macroeconomic Path.
Each step on the path links to a set of survey questions that Gallup asks across each country. This approach makes it possible to track historical trends and make direct cross-country comparisons.
Gallup conducts nationally representative surveys face to face or via telephone in more than 160 countries and more than 140 languages, covering the emerging and developed world.
The 2016 U.S.-Global Leadership Report
What people worldwide think of U.S. leadership, according to the largest global public opinion study on the topic.Learn More
State of the Global Workplace
This report provides insights into what leaders can do to improve employee engagement and performance in their company.Learn More
2016 Global Law and Order Report
The 2016 Global Law and Order Report gives leaders and security and development agencies a snapshot of whether the security situations in their country are improving or not.Learn More
Gallup 2016 Global Emotions Report
Gallup's Positive and Negative Experience Indexes measure life's intangibles -- feelings and emotions -- that traditional economic indicators such as GDP were never intended to capture.Learn More