In a new article, GQR London Vice President Peter McLeod draws on our polling to assess where Corbyn’s Labour went wrong at the General Election and how the party should learn from the experience.
GQR Vice President Jiore Craig joined Tara McGowan on the FWIW Podcast to discuss the importance of learning from international work when thinking about disinformation and digital in 2020.
New survey by GQR for the Trades Union Congress (TUC) shows that almost a fifth of workers (18%) have been told not to discuss their pay with colleagues.
In a new op-ed for The Daily Maverick, GQR VP Jonathan Moakes posits that if opposition parties in the region could only learn from the lessons of elections in 2019, they would find ways to foster unity and be seen as agents for positive transformation while distancing themselves from the ‘old ways’ of the governing parties.
A new study by GQR for the TUC shows that a majority of voters – including those who voted for the Conservatives– want the new government to protect rights at work, fund public services even through higher taxes, and raise the minimum wage.
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