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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, in conjunction with American Viewpoint , conducted this survey on behalf of the University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences  and the Los Angeles Times The latest poll shows:

  • Jerry Brown Holds Large Lead in California Governor's Race.
  • Only 1 in 4 likely voters can identify Gov. Jerry Brown's opponent.
  • Most Californians don't feel mistreated by police, but believe others have been unfairly targeted.
  • Voters mostly approve of police, but views split along racial lines.
  • Weak support for Prop. 46 targeting medical malpractice.
  • Support for Prop. 46 Drops Steeply as Voters Hear Initiative Details.
  • Calif. voters split on whether children crossing border illegally should be allowed to stay.
  • Voters support a path to legalization for immigrants here illegally.

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WASHINGTON, DC and LONDON, Sept 11, 2014 – Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, one of the world’s leading opinion research and strategic consulting firms, is pleased to announce that James Morris has been promoted to become the firm’s fifth partner.



This piece first appeard inTime. The full policy brief is located at Progressive Policy Institute.


By Jeremy Rosner


War-weary after the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and reeling financially from the Great Recession, the public wants U.S. leaders to focus more at home and shoulder far fewer burdens abroad. The public certainly rejects more American “boots on the ground,” and will strongly resist the new U.S. advisers and air strikes in Iraq.

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By Graeme Trayner


Communicators and marketers aim to change public attitudes every day. But bringing about that change can be frustrating and challenging. As people, we can be stubborn when it comes to our opinions and are reluctant to change our views, let alone how we act and behave. Yet, the situation is not all bleak for those tasked with persuasion, as the big, and rapid, public shifts on social issues such as marriage equality have shown. What do we need to know about how attitudes are formed, and how they might evolve?

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner congratulates our client, The San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council, on their leading role in helping San Diego last week become the largest city in the nation to raise its minimum wage. GQRR provided the polling that helped understand the contours of the debate and design the message strategy.

But the work is far from done. Opponents are already starting the process of gathering signatures to referendize the council-passed ordinance and try to take away the honest-day’s earnings of hard-working San Diegans who want to pay their bills and feed their families. We look forward to continuing this fight alongside our friends Richard Barrera and Kirsten Clemons at the Labor Council, Clare Crawford and team at the Center on Policy Initiatives, and strategist Larry Remer.