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The Gallup Podcast
20 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
What Iran's Recent Election Results Mean for the U.S.
Barbara Slavin, Director of the Future of Iran Initiative at the Atlantic Council, joins the podcast to discuss the presidential election in Iran -- and what the outcome means for U.S.-Iran relations.
14 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
How Much Do Americans Know About Juneteenth?
Many Americans across the country are preparing to celebrate Juneteenth this weekend -- but many in the U.S. also know nothing about the holiday. How can this key moment in U.S. history have such varying degrees of understanding among Americans? Gallup Center on Black Voices Director Camille Lloyd joins the podcast to discuss the holiday, our latest findings and more.
23 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Can India Come Back From Its COVID-19 Catastrophe?
Dr. Rajesh Srinivasan, Gallup’s Global Research Director, joins the podcast to discuss India’s battle with COVID-19 and the long-term effects on the nation’s public health and economy. What have been Gallup’s challenges of polling in the country during the pandemic? And what are the biggest findings we captured in India during this period?
20 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Gallup CEO on Employee Mental Health and Wellbeing
Gallup CEO Jim Clifton joins the podcast to discuss his new book, Wellbeing at Work, and how companies can build organizational resilience and improve employee wellbeing and mental health in the workplace.
30 minutes | May 20, 2021
How Has Wellbeing Fared Throughout the Pandemic?
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, a leading expert on behavioral economics and the study of happiness, discusses findings from the 2020 World Happiness Report, how policy can help wellbeing recover and the downsides of indefinite remote work.
42 minutes | May 14, 2021
Expert Views on Escalating Violence in the Middle East
How do Americans view the long-standing conflict in the Middle East? What led to the latest escalations across the Holy Land this week? And what challenges do these rising tensions pose to U.S. leadership?This week, we are joined by:•Lydia Saad, Gallup Director of U.S. Social Research•Khaled Elgindy, Director of Program on Palestine and Palestinian-Israeli Affairs at the Middle East Institute•Dr. Natan Sachs, Director of the Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings
19 minutes | May 13, 2021
A Tribute to Happiness Scientist Ed Diener (1946-2021)
Ed Diener was a trailblazer in the field of psychology and wellbeing. To celebrate the life of this Gallup senior scientist -- whose passion for research and wellbeing paved the way to changing policy and bettering lives around the globe -- we revisit a past conversation with him on The Gallup Podcast.
29 minutes | May 6, 2021
Wellbeing and Happiness Lessons From the Pandemic
What can we actually do to make people happier? Dr. Lesley Lutes, professor of psychology at the University of British Columbia and director of The Centre for Obesity and Well-Being Research Excellence, discusses her work combining clinical and behavior health psychology with wellbeing research for evidence-based happiness interventions.
13 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Lt. Gen. Russel Honore on Climate Change and Rise of China
Every generation deals with a significant war, according to Lt. Gen. Russel Honore. The next generation's will be population growth, finding solutions to pollution and navigating relations with China.
26 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
What the U.S. Doesn't Understand About China
Christopher Schroeder -- American entrepreneur, adviser and investor -- shares what he has been learning about China’s tech scene and why the old American playbook for global business won’t fit a world where consumers have choice and innovation in their own backyard.
29 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Disparities From COVID Should Accelerate Change in Higher Ed
Virginia Tech President Tim Sands and Vice President for Student Affairs Frank Shushok discuss leading with values through the COVID-19 crisis and how higher education can be redesigned to meet new demands from students and the world.
32 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Is U.S. Public’s Fear of Cyberthreats and China Justified?
With new data in on Americans' views of critical threats to U.S. interests, renowned analyst Reva Goujon breaks down why a majority of the public fears cyberterrorism and China’s economic power. She also discusses what a successful foreign policy strategy could look like for the Biden administration.
24 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
'Debated but Not Counted': Measuring the LGBT Community
Leading LGBT demographer Dr. Gary Gates helps unpack Gallup's 2021 update on the size of the U.S. LGBT community and discusses why these numbers make a big difference for policy, visibility and increasing social acceptance.
33 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
The Role of Germany’s Economy and Workplaces in the EU
What have we seen in 20 years of tracking German employee engagement? Untapped potential. Pa Sinyan, Gallup’s managing partner for Europe, discusses why disengagement remains high and how large German organizations are making strides to fight for diverse talent and build engaged cultures for a thriving economy.
35 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Fareed Zakaria on America's Dynamic, Disrupted Future
Economic reform happens only when there’s crisis. CNN host and bestselling author Fareed Zakaria joins the podcast to talk social equity versus government control, reform versus revolution, how American exceptionalism feeds mediocrity and more from his new book, Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World.
43 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Challenges for Women Globally Made More Daunting by Pandemic
As the world observes International Women’s Day, we hear from three of Gallup’s regional directors who lead Gallup’s World Poll research in the Middle East and North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America. Iman Berrached, Magali Rheault and Johanna Godoy discuss the challenges facing women in these regions and the future women see for themselves in the post-pandemic world.
20 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Are Americans Ready for a Third Political Party?
Do the Republican and Democratic parties do an adequate job of representing the American people, or is a third major party needed? Gallup Senior Editor Jeff Jones shares how Americans answered in our latest poll.
23 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
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.
17 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
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.
21 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
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.
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