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'''Public Opinion Strategies''' is a public opinion polling firm with offices in Washington, D.C., Denver, [[Colorado]], and Los Angeles, [[California]].  According to the organization's website, it specializes in "corporate, public policy and litigation research."
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{{tnr}}'''Public Opinion Strategies''' is a public opinion polling firm with offices in Washington, D.C., Denver, [[Colorado]], and Los Angeles, [[California]].  According to the organization's website, it specializes in "corporate, public policy and litigation research."
  
 
The organization was founded in 1991 with roots in "political campaign management" and consistent with that background, the type of work the firm often does is proprietary polling for campaigns, including [[ballot measure]] campaigns, to help advocates determine what messages are most likely to persuade people to vote one way or another.
 
The organization was founded in 1991 with roots in "political campaign management" and consistent with that background, the type of work the firm often does is proprietary polling for campaigns, including [[ballot measure]] campaigns, to help advocates determine what messages are most likely to persuade people to vote one way or another.
  
 
Robert Autry, Glen Bolger, Elizabeth Harrington, Stephen M. Kinney, Nicole McCleskey, Bill McInturff, Neil Newhouse, Patrick Lanne, Gene Ulm, and Lori Weigel are partners in the firm.
 
Robert Autry, Glen Bolger, Elizabeth Harrington, Stephen M. Kinney, Nicole McCleskey, Bill McInturff, Neil Newhouse, Patrick Lanne, Gene Ulm, and Lori Weigel are partners in the firm.
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==Ballot measure work==
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In 2010, Public Opinion Strategies consulted for two of the [[California 2010 ballot propositions|statewide propositions on the California ballot]]:
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* [[California Proposition 17 (June 2010)|Proposition 17]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$167,000'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 20, Congressional Redistricting (2010)|Proposition 20]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$96,000'''</span>
  
 
==See also==
 
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==External links==
 
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* [http://www.pos.org/ Website of Public Opinion Strategies]
 
* [http://www.pos.org/ Website of Public Opinion Strategies]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:08, 24 February 2014

Public Opinion Strategies is a public opinion polling firm with offices in Washington, D.C., Denver, Colorado, and Los Angeles, California. According to the organization's website, it specializes in "corporate, public policy and litigation research."

The organization was founded in 1991 with roots in "political campaign management" and consistent with that background, the type of work the firm often does is proprietary polling for campaigns, including ballot measure campaigns, to help advocates determine what messages are most likely to persuade people to vote one way or another.

Robert Autry, Glen Bolger, Elizabeth Harrington, Stephen M. Kinney, Nicole McCleskey, Bill McInturff, Neil Newhouse, Patrick Lanne, Gene Ulm, and Lori Weigel are partners in the firm.

Ballot measure work

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In 2010, Public Opinion Strategies consulted for two of the statewide propositions on the California ballot:

See also

External links

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