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Voters overwhelmingly want to see the country move away from coal and toward renewable energy, and they believe the government should be taking more action to combat climate disruption, according to a new national survey for the Sierra Club conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner. As a result, voters show very strong support for new EPA limits on carbon pollution from power plants, support which holds up after voters hear pros and cons about the proposal, including strong arguments from opponents of the plan on its potential impact on jobs and energy prices.


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Shriver logoOn Monday, Maria Shriver, the Center for American Progress and AARP released the results of a comprehensive new poll of 3,500 Americans.  The bipartisan poll--conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and TargetPoint Consulting and sponsored by AARP--reveals a public that understands the changing nature of American families, the economic stress these changes impose on women and the failure of policymakers to adapt to these changes.  In a country divided politically, the public comes together to support bold policy changes—from paid leave, to protections for pregnant workers, to pay equity—that support women and families.  This survey focuses specifically on “women on the brink:” Groups of women including those with a lower income, women of color, single mothers and others who are one misstep or one calamity away from poverty.

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Mandela debate

Our opportunity to work for Nelson Mandela is the most important thing many of us have ever done. He was a transforming leader but also a unique person of such judgment, strong will, and unwavering commitment to justice—not just in South Africa but instinctively.


I spent a good two decades writing and working to defeat an apartheid South Africa – the greatest injustice of our time. So, when I was asked to work for Mandela and the ANC, I threw myself into it body and soul– despite the fact that I was serving as President Bill Clinton’s pollster at the time. They became such comrades in arms too.

usclatpollGreenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, in conjunction with American Viewpointconducted 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:  

  • Latinos, whites split on immigrant laws OKd by Brown
  • Californians narrowly approve of new law granting driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants
  • Californians have their doubts about healthcare law
  • Californians voters concerned about economic fallout of Affordable Care Act
  • Brown's solid approval rating may not translate into votes
  • Support for Gov. Jerry Brown Climbs in California.

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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner wishes to congratulate its client Bill de Blasio, the mayor-elect of New York City who will become the first Democrat to be elected mayor of that city in 24 years. De Blasio moved from fourth place and less than 10 percent of the vote in public polling in the Democratic primary to winning 73 percent in the general election for Mayor, the highest margin since Ed Koch’s reelection bid in 1985.  In so doing, de Blasio won what the New York Times called today an “unmistakable mandate to pursue his liberal agenda.”  
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, led by Senior Vice President Anna Greenberg and Vice President David Walker, is proud to have supported Bill de Blasio and his campaign team with polling and strategic advice.