Recent Surveys and News

Measuring Emotions of Japanese People

Nippon Research Center (NRC) in Japan has been fielding a daily tracking survey that monitors emotions of the general public since May 2022.

Most People like their Jobs, Satisfaction with the Remuneration is still Lacking behind

Artificial intelligence is still rather a threat, but not as much for the young and educated


The world is divided in belief that the threat from COVID-19 was exaggerated

Democracy Remains Popular but People Worldwide are Questioning its Performance

Democracy is still the best form of governance for a clear majority across 43 countries around the world but many are becoming less convinced and the…

Fewer people are willing to fight for their country compared to ten years ago

Shows a poll conducted by Gallup International Association (GIA) in 45 countries covering around half of the global population.

BRICS expansion – less than one in five positive about it

Almost a third of the people around the world have never heard of BRICS – reveals a global poll conducted by Gallup International Association…

Fears of War are Serious and Economic Prospects are Gloomy

Results of the Gallup International End of Year Survey 2023

Arab Attitudes towards the Gaza War

A Survey in Gaza, Westbank, Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt

Prominent Spanish Newspaper “El Mundo” and Gallup Interntional Member Sigma Dos celebrate the 35th anniversary of collaboration

Madrid, Nov 27th. Sigma Dos, the Spanish member of Gallup International Association, celebrates its close and strong relationship with the media. "In…

Quran Burnings and terrorist attacks in Sweden

Parallel surveys in Sweden and Iraq reveal the correlations

De Las Heras Demotecnia

Gallup International welcomes De Las Heras Demotecnia as new member in Mexico

Gallup International Member in Nigeria wins Award

MTI, Market Trends International, exclusive member of Gallup International Association for Nigeria wins the prestigious "Most Innovative and Impactful…

Not much of a free world. But at least optimistic

Every second citizen of the world we live in finds that political freedoms today in the country they live in are actually insufficient, and at least…

A New GIA’s Anniversary Book

“75 Years Anniversary Survey” is the latest booklet by Gallup International Association.

The World is Divided on Financial Reward

The world’s population is divided when it comes to their urgency for money – 46% of us would prefer gaining some amount of money now, while 42% are…


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Voice of the people 2006

Voice of the People is the largest worldwide survey. The best pollsters of the planet analyzed this new public opinion superpower for you. Voice of the People 2006 (53,749 citizens polled in 68 countries), is an essential tool for all those who want to discover the latest trends and understand the real issues of globalization.

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Voice of the people 2015

The mission of Gallup International is to give a voice to the citizens of the world. The aim of Voice of the People, 2015 Edition is to help navigate through the constantly changing world and better understand the trends in public opinion and the main issues in the key regions of the world.

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70 Years Gallup International

Giving the World a Voice has always been a fundamental part of the Gallup International mission that surveys are an integral part of democracy. Following the traditions of Dr. Gallup and his colleagues, Gallup International has always undertaken projects that it feels will contribute to the greater good of humanity.

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Voice of the people 2021

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Our mission

The right to speak out vigorously on governmental and corporate policies is one of the most staunchly defended freedoms of the Western World.

The advent of modern public opinion polls, dealing as they do with important political, social and economic issues of the day help to provide an opportunity to let government officials, public and private institutions, and the public itself know where the people stand on these issues.

The usefulness of this mode of public expression is attested to by the fact that every important democracy in the world has now one or more competent public opinion research organization.

Dr. George Gallup
Founder of Gallup International Association