A new GQR nationwide survey, sponsored by Stand Up America and Need to Impeach, shows that a majority of voters already support Congress’s newly-launched impeachment process, and that support may expand further.
So much is written and discussed about fundraising in the US but rarely do we delve into how fundraising works and whether a fundraising culture exists in many parts of the world. In a new article written for Campaign & Elections, GQR VP Jonathan Moakes sets out the possibility of building fundraising operations in more and more countries, highlighting evidence that developing fundraising capacity can make politics far more competitive.
A new study carried out by GQR for the UK’s Trades Union Congress (TUC) shows many workers in Britain are struggling to access the flexible working arrangements they desire.
In an article written for The Washington Post, GQR Managing Partner Anna Greenberg and Senior Vice President David Walker discuss new research that shows America’s relationship with guns is changing.
GQR’s latest survey in Iraq shows that the country sees major improvements in its security and in relations between Arab Shia and Sunni. However, despite better security and positive views toward the country’s security forces, fears about the return of ISIS remain intense and strong throughout much of the country.
New research conducted by GQR, and sponsored by Stand Up America and Need to Impeach, finds that public perceptions of the Trump-Russia scandal and the Mueller report are now deeply muddied. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s dense and lawyerly report, combined with Attorney General William Barr’s misleading framing of that report, have left much of the public confused about the investigation’s results and conclusions.
A new survey from bipartisan team GQR and Public Opinion Strategies finds that most mothers, fathers, and other caregivers choose breastmilk but also say it is important to make an informed choice about infant formula.
In a new op-ed for The Hill, GQR Analyst Carly Meyerson argues that to combat disinformation and artificial activity in 2020 and beyond, progressive campaigns must stop waiting for quick fixes like tech dashboards and platform self-regulation, and instead need to harness the power of real voters through smart digital organizing.
GQR is excited to announce new growth in its communications and campaign consulting services with the addition of Kelsey Suter and Jonathan Moakes as Vice Presidents.