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.
Can Cooking and Sharing a Meal Boost One’s Wellbeing?
People who enjoy cooking and dine frequently with friends or family may receive a boost in their wellbeing, according to new research from the Ajinomoto Group and Gallup. The new report, Wellbeing Through Cooking: Global Insights Into Cooking Enjoyment and Eating Together, explores how people’s relationships with cooking and dining vary across the world. The report also examines those in high-income countries who habitually eat alone -- and the implications for their wellbeing. Gallup Research Director Andrew Dugan joins the podcast to discuss the latest findings.
The Truth About Food Waste: How Much Americans Throw Away
How big of a problem is food waste in the United States, and how much are we wasting? What causes us to waste food? Are we taking the wrong messages from expiration dates? And could waste have broader consequences than many are aware of? MITRE’s Dr. Laura Leets, senior principal social scientist, and Dr. Jay Schnitzer, senior vice president, corporate chief engineer and chief medical officer, join the podcast to discuss the latest report from MITRE and Gallup, The State of Food Waste in America.
How Faith and Wellbeing Go Hand in Hand: A Global Study
Countries around the world have tried to combat a growing global mental health crisis. And while many strategies have been examined, the relationship between mental health and spirituality, religion or faith has been largely underexplored. Aaron Sherinian, CEO of Radiant Foundation, and Ilana Ron-Levey, managing director at Gallup, join the podcast to discuss a new report from Gallup and Radiant Foundation, Faith & Wellness: The Worldwide Connection Between Spirituality & Wellbeing.
The Power of Social Connection: A Conversation on the State of Connectedness and Loneliness in the World
Social needs are universal. While most people feel socially connected, the experience of social connection varies greatly across the world. The Meta-Gallup State of Social Connections report sheds new light on global connectedness and loneliness -- and its impact on people’s wellbeing. Dr. Anya Drabkin, senior researcher for social impact at Meta, and Dr. Telli Davoodi, Gallup senior consultant and analyst, join the podcast to discuss the new findings on whom people form social relationships with, their experiences with loneliness and how the world’s youth are faring in their social connections.
Life in Gaza: A Look at the Data Collected Just Before the Israel-Hamas War
The Israel-Hamas war has upended life for millions in the Mideast. Gallup’s surveys in Gaza right before the war shed light on a population whose vulnerability predates the recent conflict. Jay Loschky, Gallup’s regional director for the Middle East and North Africa, joins the podcast to discuss what Gallup learned in interviews that concluded the week before Hamas launched an attack on Israel.
Businesses Hold Great Power in Societal Issues -- but How Can They Use It?
Americans believe that businesses possess the power to influence people’s lives -- but they don’t necessarily trust businesses to wield this power responsibly. So how should businesses navigate the many hot-button, highly politicized issues in U.S. society? And what implications does this have on organizations’ ability to recruit and retain talent? Zach Hrynowski, Gallup research consultant, joins the podcast to discuss these findings and more from the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society study.
The Gallup Podcast, hosted by the brilliant Mohamed Younis, is an exceptional listen that delves into the thoughts and perspectives of people worldwide on the most pressing issues of our time. This podcast provides a valuable glimpse into the collective wisdom of the citizens, helping leaders and decision-makers gain a deeper understanding of the world.
The podcast's focus on exploring diverse topics that shape our global landscape sets it apart from others. From climate change and economic inequality to social justice and political dynamics, the Gallup Podcast tackles issues that impact our lives and the decisions made by leaders. It provides a comprehensive view of public sentiment, presenting both the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Data and Stories
This podcast highlights Gallup’s latest research findings, and incorporates stories to bring them to life. A “must listen” in my podcast line up!
Excellent Podcast by Gallup!
This is an amazing podcast! If you want to know what American are thinking, you need to listen to this show hosted by Frank Newport. Additionally, the sound and production is excellent.