For progressive leaders and political parties around the world looking to win elections and govern effectively, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner has the answer. We are the world's leading polling and strategic consulting firm for international political campaigns and leaders, helping progressive candidates around the world campaign, win, and govern. Working in more than 80 countries, we help leaders modernize and reform their parties, coalitions, and countries, making them more competitive in elections and more effective in office.
Our work with international leaders and campaigns spans all levels - presidents, parliaments, governors, and mayors. We know 2-party and multi-party dynamics; single-round and multi-stage elections; first-past-the-post and proportional representation systems; and the importance of coalition dynamics. We study and consider the people, politics, electoral systems, histories, and cultures of the countries in which we work.
The scope and success of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner's work for progressive international political leaders is clear from our record: US President Bill Clinton's 1992 victory; all three victories of Tony Blair and the British Labour Party; the 1998 victory that elected Gerhard Schroeder; the presidential victories of Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki; the 1999 and 2001 campaigns of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak; the 2002 victory of Bolivian President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada; the successful presidential campaign of Honduran president Mel Zelaya in 2005; and the upset victory of the Austrian SPO in 2006.
We can conduct research everywhere in the world: among devout Muslim women in Yemen, in the favelas of Brazil, and with top decision-makers in Japan. We have a tested method of finding a country’s best research firm—then training them to be even better. In countries where no public opinion infrastructure exists, we don’t walk away: we build our own. We’ve created organizations from the ground-up in hard-to-reach countries from Liberia to Curacao.
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