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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.

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Two websites recently released a fabricated email correspondence alleging to be between The Republic of Georgia’s National Security Advisor Giga Bokeria and Jeremy Rosner of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner.  GQR has worked for many years doing polling for both the office of President Saakashvili and the United National Movement; but the supposed email released is completely fraudulent, and is nothing ever written by Jeremy Rosner or anyone at GQR.

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A just-completed national survey from Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research confirms that the voting public is fed up with just about everyone in Washington, but Republicans are clearly bearing much more of their anger and it damaging their prospects for 2014.

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dcorpsdomeThe latest national survey by Democracy Corps and Women's Voices Women Vote Action Fund shows that Republicans are paying a big price with the public and are now bleeding seriously in their congressional vote. Up until now, they have had peaks of voter disapproval, but this spike is the highest.

This is the first time we have seen voters' disapproval really translate into the vote -- a named ballot where we identify incumbents by name, not a generic vote.

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dcorpsdomeFollowing focus groups among three of the factions of the Republican Party, Democracy Corps is releasing its findings on who makes up this fractious party.