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Domestic & International Campaigns
GQR, a majority woman-owned business, helps progressive candidates campaign, win, and govern. You want to make an impact and win your race—don’t leave it to chance.
What we do best: creating compelling messages that evoke emotion and move your audience to action.
Digital & Social Media
We work with international and US campaigns to employ best practices to advance campaign goals. Our strategies put technology to use to tell your story, engage your audience wherever they may be, and move them to action. We assist international and domestic clients with a wide variety of digital support.
We start with science and use our opinion research to identify opportunities and weaknesses in a brand’s image, reputation, and messaging.
We bring a strategic decision-making approach to analytics. By combining polling experience with cutting-edge statistical techniques, we utilize a common sense approach to help campaigns, organizations, and corporations leverage data to understand and motivate their target audiences.
A UW professor explains why the GOP, even now, just can’t quit Trump
The Public Wants Biden to Go Big
This article was originally published by Truth and Consequences on February 9, 2021. This is the second column from Managing Partner, Jeremy Rosner.
In the wake of Uganda’s election debacle, Africa’s democrats urgently need a new playbook
In a new op-ed written for the Daily Maverick, VP Jonathan Moakes argues that Africa Democrats urgently need a new playbook to combat authoritarians.
GQR Survey for ‘Invest In America Action’ Finds 77% Support for a Major New Stimulus Package
A new nationwide survey by GQR, conducted for 'Invest in America Action', finds overwhelming support for another major stimulus package, as President Joe Biden pushes Congress to approve his $1.9 trillion COVID-relief plan.
Democrats Need to Flex
In his first column for Truth and Consequences, Managing Partner Jeremy Rosner argues that the only way Democrats can unite the country is by using the political power that voters have given them.