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GBA Strategies Welcomes Mark Feierstein, Former Adviser to President Obama on Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada

Mark Feierstein, our new Senior Adviser, joins us from the Obama Administration, where he served for six years in various roles.

Mark serves as pollster and strategist for political parties and candidates overseas, private sector companies and non-government organizations. Feierstein has honed his political skills over a 30-year career in Washington, working in senior positions in government and the private sector.

April 4th, 2017|

Jewish Americans Across the US Voted Overwhelmingly in Support of Hillary Clinton

GBA's election-night survey found that nationally, Jews cast their ballot for Hillary Clinton 70 to 25 percent. These findings offer proof that the millions of dollars spent by the GOP targeting Jews were not successful, especially in regards to the Iran Deal.

The survey was conducted on behalf of J Street.

Click here to download a report of the results.

November 9th, 2016|

Attitudes on Ballot Initiatives Among the Asian American and Pacific Islander California Electorate

Asian Americans are a rapidly growing component of the electorate in the United States and in California, a critical segment that has been overlooked by political analysts and researchers. This landmark research project represents the first major study of the California AAPI community’s views on ballot initiatives, which have proven to be an integral part of democracy in states like California.

Surveys and focus groups were conducted on behalf of the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center by GBA and Lake Research Partners, and were administered in English, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese and Tagalog.

Click here to download a report of the results.

October 19th, 2016|

New Survey of Millennials and Their Economic Views Finds Both Pessimism and Possibility

Coming of age during a historic economic downturn has uniquely shaped Millennial life, and our recent study for the Economic Innovation Group and Ernst & Young, with Public Opinion Services, shows that while they are willing to work hard and make sacrifices to get ahead, Millennials feel the odds are stacked heavily against them. A stunning majority voiced concerns about finding employment, affording healthcare and preparing for retirement.

The new Millennial economy represents a shift away from entrepreneurship by a generation that is anxious about its future, distrustful of government institutions and suspicious of politics - raising important questions about this country's economic and political future.

Click here to download a report of the results.

September 29th, 2016|

National Survey: Overwhelming Support for Payday Lending Rule

Conducted on behalf of the Center for Responsible Lending, Americans for Financial Reform, the National Council of La Raza and the NAACP by GBA Strategies, a new national survey finds voters overwhelmingly support the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new rule on payday lending by a margin of 73 – 22 percent.

The rule receives exceptionally broad, bipartisan support with over 70 percent of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents all favoring it — which is impressive in this era of partisan polarization.

Click here to download a report of the results.

June 10th, 2016|