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A slim majority of U.S. adults said religion is very important in their lives, a Gallup report says, continuing an overall downward trend from a high of 70 percent in 1965. […] Read More

The percentage of U.S. adults who view clergy as honest and ethical continues to decline, the latest Gallup report says. Only 37 percent rated clergy’s honesty and ethical standards as high or very high. […] Read More

The two most generous nations are Indonesia and Australia, says a survey of adults, who were asked how often they donated money, volunteered their time or helped a stranger. […] Read More

For the first time in Gallup’s polling history, U.S. confidence in the fair application of capital punishment dipped below 50 percent. […] Read More

U.S. adults with a favorable view of Pope Francis dropped sharply from August to September, a new Gallup report says. Non-Catholic responses were the primary cause of this decline. […] Read More

How President Trump’s ethical standards compared to his seven predecessors depended upon a respondent’s party affiliation, a Gallup report found. […] Read More

When voters assessed U.S. presidents, moral values once again lagged behind management skills and issue positions, a Gallup poll says. […] Read More

While the church and organized religion ranked fourth in Gallup’s Confidence in Institutions report, they dropped another 3 points to an all-time low of 38 percent. […] Read More

Nearly half of U.S. adults (49 percent) rate the moral values of the U.S. as “poor,” according to a Gallup survey released on June 1. Only 14 percent rated the state of the nation’s moral values as “excellent / good,” the lowest total since 2006, while 37 percent responded “fair,” a one-point increase from last […] Read More

Adults in the U.S. and Canada who say religion is important in their lives tend to be less accepting of migrants, according to a Gallup report released on April 26. “Gallup created the Migrant Acceptance Index (MAI) to gauge people’s acceptance of migrants based on increasing degrees of personal proximity. The index is based on […] Read More