Gallup: 17% of Americans Cite the Economy as the Most Important US Problem
31% name at least one of several economic issues, while 7% point to the election.
6 Ways Millennials Will Transform Work
Gallup's CEO makes the case Millennials will change the world, and provides the '...
Fewer Americans Identify As Environmentalists
Partly because of an emerging partisan gap, the percentage of Americans who...
Americans Spend an Average of $99 in December
Americans' self-reported daily spending averaged $99 in December, up from $92 in...
Entrepreneurship: The Future of Cities
Demographic trends show that by 2050, a majority of the world's population will be...
Newsflash: Well-Being and New Home Sales Tie Together
States where residents have a high well-being are more likely to have higher new home sales. BUILDER analyst Katie Gloede reports that, together, the top 10 states for well-being make up more than one in four of 2014’s new home sales, based on a recently released Gallup-Healthways study and Metrostudy data.
Historic St. Louis Neighborhood Gets New Legs
For today's new-home market, the road to profitability may be a foot path.
Americans Believe Housing Market Has Bottomed
More than two-thirds of Americans surveyed by Gallup say prices will stay flat or rise.