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Americans’ Sense of Well-Being Falls to Great Recession Levels, Gallup Finds

It’s déjà vu all over again for Americans’ well-being: we haven’t felt this low since the advent of the Great Recession that hit our well-well-being hard in December 2008. As COVID-19 diagnoses reached 200,000 in the U.S. in April 2020, Gallup gauged that barely 1 in 2 people felt they were thriving. In the past 12… Read More »

Fewer in US See Health System as Having Major Problems – Gallup

Story Highlights 63% say healthcare system is in state of crisis or has major problems Negative ratings of system at lowest point since 2002 Negative views of U.S. healthcare continue to drop among Republicans WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sixty-three percent of Americans describe the U.S. healthcare system as being in a “state of crisis” (14%) or… Read More »