POLLING AND QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH
● Multi-lingual random-digit-dial (RDD) and listed sample telephone surveys, mail and intercept surveys, and multi-lingual online surveys, including Internet and mobile panel research.
● Academic research studies exploring the causal relationship between public opinion, political behavior and public policy; the interplay of race, ethnicity, religion, and politics; and the relationship between civic education and civic participation.
Focus group research, including design of the research methodology, recruitment and compensation of participants, development of all materials, focus group moderation, facilities, logistics, and analysis and reporting of research findings.
EXECUTIVE AND STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWS
In-depth, confidential and non-confidential interviews of executive leaders and stakeholders in business, government, and non-profit organizations. Interviews conducted face-to-face, by telephone or video conference, or online.
STRATEGIC ADVICE AND FIELD EXPERIMENTS
Customized survey sampling methodologies, and experimental research designed to help clients better understand causal relationships between the factors that motivate changes in political behavior.