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Gallup: 17% of Americans Cite the Economy as the Most Important US Problem
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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. More

6 Ways Millennials Will Transform Work
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6 Ways Millennials Will Transform Work

Gallup's CEO makes the case Millennials will change the world, and provides the '... More

Fewer Americans Identify As Environmentalists
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Fewer Americans Identify As Environmentalists

Partly because of an emerging partisan gap, the percentage of Americans who... More

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Newsflash: Well-Being and New Home Sales Tie Together 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. More

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Historic St. Louis Neighborhood Gets New Legs Historic St. Louis Neighborhood Gets New Legs

For today's new-home market, the road to profitability may be a foot path. More

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Americans Believe Housing Market Has Bottomed

More than two-thirds of Americans surveyed by Gallup say prices will stay flat or rise. More

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