A podcast with Mohamed Younis, Gallup Editor-in-Chief, on what the world’s citizens think about the most pressing issues, and how leaders can use the wisdom of the people to make more informed decisions.
Religious Faith in the Black American Community
Besheer Mohamed, senior researcher at Pew Research Center, shares findings from a new and unique report that explores the nuances of faith, politics and more in the religious lives of Black Americans, as well as Black adults’ views on the role of the Black church.
A Look at Two Hot Spots: Russia and Myanmar
In this episode, we take a closer look at recent events in Russia and Myanmar with the added context of public opinion. Julie Ray, Gallup's managing editor for World News, and RJ Reinhart, a Gallup analyst, discuss what we've learned measuring Russians' frustrations with corruption and lack of economic opportunity and how residents of Myanmar felt about personal freedoms and election security before the coup.
Remote Work: What Works and What Doesn’t
Dr. Adam Hickman, Gallup's senior workplace strategist and a remote worker himself, talks remote work strategies, isolation, wellbeing and how to stay productive as the world’s largest work-from-home experiment continues into 2021.
Black History Through the Lens of U.S. Public Opinion
As the Gallup Center on Black Voices celebrates Black History Month, analyst Justin McCarthy joins the podcast to walk us through what we can learn from Gallup’s polling during pivotal moments in U.S. history and the trends and changes in American attitudes through the decades.
Explore more on Black history here: https://news.gallup.com/322325/about-measuring-black-voices.aspx
Quantifying the Black Experience at Work
Work is central to the American identity -- a tool for advancement and a crucial factor in financial and emotional wellbeing and quality of life. But it is also an experience that can differ greatly based on race and ethnicity.
Camille Lloyd, Director of the Gallup Center on Black Voices and cohost of the Cultural Competence podcast, shares the latest findings from the Gallup Center on Black Voices about Black workers’ experiences at work.
Making Up Lost Ground: Chuck Hagel on U.S. Foreign Policy
Former Secretary of Defense and U.S. Sen. Chuck Hagel takes an introspective look at the U.S. after the storming of the U.S. Capitol, as well as an outward look at what a change in leadership means for the United States’ role in the world. What global relationships have suffered under the Trump administration? And where does the U.S. go from here as a new administration takes the helm during one of the most turbulent moments in American history?