Expanded Gallup Daily
New numbers on the election, the economy, well-being, and health updated every day
Every day at 1pm people are watching their inboxes and blackberries for the latest Gallup
numbers. Since the start of this year, more than 7 million people have visited Gallup.com for the
most current data available anywhere on how Americans view the presidential election and the
Now, the Gallup Daily is going many steps further.
In addition to daily tracking on the election and consumer confidence, Gallup now reports daily
measures on Americans' standard of living, the U.S. job market, well-being, and health. And
more daily measures will be added over the coming weeks and months.
Count on the Gallup Daily for Americans' day-to-day views on:
-- Election 2008: Americans' levels of support for John McCain vs. Barack
-- Consumer Confidence: Americans views' on the current state of the
economy and their economic outlook going forward.
-- Standard of Living: Americans' views on whether their standard of
living is getting better or worse.
-- Job Market: U.S. Employees' perceptions on whether their companies are
hiring or firing.
-- Well-Being: How many Americans are "thriving," "struggling," or
-- Health: How Americans are feeling -- energized or ailing.
The new, improved Gallup Daily is now prominently featured at the top of Gallup.com, where
new numbers are posted every day at 1 p.m. EST. Not only can you find the results of surveys
conducted in the last 24 hours, but you can click on any measure to find the complete trend on
that item and read the latest news and discoveries from Gallup writers and analysts. The Gallup
Daily tracks Americans' views on politics, the economy, well-being, and health, based on 1,000
or more interviews conducted every single night.
Please visit and bookmark the new Gallup Daily now at www.gallup.com and join the millions
of leaders and decision-makers who count on the Gallup Da