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Many in South Sudan View Independence Positively

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Posted by admin 52 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Four years after independence, South Sudanese are among the most likely in Africa to rate their lives poorly enough to be considered suffering. Still, most of those surveyed say the split from Sudan has positively affected their lives.

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One-Fifth of Americans Worry About Getting Ebola

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Posted by admin 326 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Twenty-two percent of Americans say they worry about getting the Ebola virus, matching or exceeding the number of U.S. adults who worried about contracting the H1N1 virus throughout its 2009 outbreak.

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Quality Healthcare at a Premium in Ebola-Affected Countries

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Posted by admin 345 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
People in West African countries affected by Ebola rated their healthcare among the world's worst before the outbreak. More than seven in 10 in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia were dissatisfied with the availability of quality care.

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Confidence in Banks Slow to Return in Bailout Countries

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Posted by admin 354 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Although fears about the eurozone's collapse are receding, most residents in bailout countries still do not put much faith in their financial institutions. So far, trust is returning only in Ireland.

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Nearly 3 in 10 Worldwide See Their Areas as Good for Gays

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Posted by admin 368 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Nearly three in 10 adults (28%) in 123 countries in 2013 say their city or area is a "good place" for gay or lesbian people to live, but attitudes range from a high of 83% in the Netherlands to a low of 1% in Pakistan and Senegal.

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Little Improvement in Global Jobs Outlook

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Posted by admin 376 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
The jobs outlook was about as dismal globally in 2013 as it was in 2012, with more than half of adults (55%) saying it was a bad time to find a job in their communities. One in three (34%) said it was a good time to find a job.

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Latin America Scores Lowest on Security

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Posted by admin 376 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Latin America and the Caribbean's score of 56 on Gallup's Law and Order Index in 2013 is the lowest in the world and no better than the region's score five years ago.

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Africans Weigh Cost, Benefits of Secondary Education

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Posted by admin 380 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Most Africans across 31 countries say secondary schools in their area prepare people for work (60%), but half (52%) say such schools are too expensive. The balance between perceived cost and benefits varies widely by country.

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