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Arab Spring Largely Ignored in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Posted by admin 392 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
In sub-Saharan Africa, few residents pay attention to political events in Arab countries, but those who do view them more negatively than positively. Malians are among the most likely to hold a negative view.

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Americans Less Satisfied With Freedom

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Posted by admin 394 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Fewer Americans in 2013 reported being satisfied with the freedom in their lives than have since Gallup began tracking this metric in 2006. Americans' feelings about the economy and government could be contributing to this decline.

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Many Migrants Give Back to Their New Communities

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Posted by admin 407 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Migrants worldwide all report donating their time and money to charity, but their commitment to their new communities changes the longer they live in them.

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World Is Becoming Slightly More Negative

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Posted by admin 413 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Gallup's Negative Experience Index, a measure of people's experiences of stress, anger, sadness, physical pain, and worry, has crept upward since 2007, and currently stands at 27. Iraq tops the list.

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Farm Workers in Africa Pessimistic About Their Lives

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Posted by admin 440 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Farm laborers in Africa rate their lives worse than non-farm workers and as bad, or worse, than those who are not working. They are also more likely to report having negative experiences.

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Majority of African Farm Workers Struggle to Afford Food

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Posted by admin 443 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Although many farm workers grow food for a living in Africa, they are among the most likely to report having difficulty affording food for their families. They are also more likely to be struggling with water quality and their health.

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Africa Continues Going Mobile

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Posted by admin 454 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Africa is the second-largest mobile technology market after Asia and the fastest growing one. In the past six years, mobile phone ownership in households in sub-Saharan Africa has increased by about 2.8 million households each year.

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One in Five African Adults Work on Farms

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Posted by admin 463 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
The one in five adults who said they worked on farms in 2012 in sub-Saharan Africa could play an important role in eradicating hunger and reducing poverty, but the demographics of these farm workers may have to change first.

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