GQR’s VP Jiore Craig shares her thoughts on how campaigns can keep calm in the face of disinformation and the constantly evolving social media policy changes in 2020 in an article featured in Campaigns & Elections.
GQR’s new poll of Great Britain shows that all possible coalition combinations are unpopular with the general public, with all receiving a net negative approval rating.
GQR is proud to announce that our own Anna Greenberg, Ph.D. has been selected to join the Board of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.
Voter reaction to Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal, how messaging on the deal affects support for it, and dynamics around a potential General Election
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.