After Trump, The Deluge

From Forbes, by John Zogby “Apres moi, le deluge” are the words credited to King Louis XV sometime during his long reign. He probably never uttered those exact words but in one short phrase they seemed to embody the essence of a divine right monarch who, like his predecessor, was on the throne for a…

A Letter From John Zogby

Senior Partner of John Zogby Strategies Our first year has been one of excellent client services, growing revenues, and plans for an exciting 2018. Since our inception in the summer of 2016, we have: conducted two major surveys, written well-publicized reports, and made a keynote presentation for a major trade association in Washington, DC managed…

Election Day 2017’s Other Big Story

From Forbes, by John Zogby Syracuse has long been a test market for consumers. Central Upstate New York, demographics that are representative, a big university, lots of hardworking people, and thousands of refugees. Because of its history, composition, and status as a bellwether for this country, what happened on November 6, 2017, in Syracuse may…

When Partisanship Warps Our Very Souls

From Forbes, by John Zogby Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore is in deep trouble with recent accusations of pedophilia. The wonder is that he is not in deeper trouble. The same polls that show his support in the December 12 runoff evaporating from an 11 point lead to a 4 point deficit following the accusations…

Do Americans Want A Universal Basic Income?

Tribal Analytics And The New Diversity From Exchange Matters, by Global Ties U.S.   Global Ties U.S., a legendary non-profit organization, and leader in the field of international exchange brought in John Zogby Strategies to host a workshop on Tribal Analytics. Follow this link to learn more about an application of our revolutionary new tool.…

Both Sides Have to End This Trump-Press Feud

    From Forbes, by John Zogby   I will admit that I never dreamed I would see anything like this. The 2016 Trump campaign surprised me, not only for its ultimate success but for having broken all the rules of politics and civility. From the beginning however, there was one constant. No matter how…

The State of Higher Ed

  By John Zogby Strategies Does the current college/university experience lead to success?  We asked the public and found results that reveal a significant lack of confidence, despite all generations having grown up with the mantra that a college education is key to success. John Zogby Strategies recently asked the question to likely American voters…