Overall Americans say they like both about the same, but women still prefer wine
Better think twice about that next tweet. It could be used to determine how happy you are
A new gallup survey of American churchgoing finds a few new trends among the godly and nonbelievers.
If you’re happy and you know it, you probably live in one of these countries. The U.N. has released a new list ranking countries in terms of happiness, based on Gallup polls taken from 2005-2011.
The top 5 are:
If you eyeball Gallup’s latest data-driven map of religiosity in the U.S., it looks similar — with a few tweaks — to an electoral map from a recent presidential election. This week the polling outfit released its latest study …
More than half of Americans say they are hopeful about their hometowns. But which area tops the list?
A new Gallup study shows that Hawaii is still the best U.S. state to live in, when it comes to your emotional and physical states.
Who’s the happiest, pluckiest ‘em of all?
In fact, mazel tov to anyone who identifies as “very religious.” You’re likely more blissful than non-believers.
And to think: they said that the President and Secretary of State wouldn’t get along. Not only does there seem to be harmony between the one fierce Democrat rivals, they’ve now topped Gallup’s annual poll. (via The Page)