Zogby Weekly Report 5-9-2017

1) JZS On Gen Z – Part I By Jeremy Zogby The digital age and the Great Recession have impacted all age cohorts in the U.S. though millennials seem to get the most coverage in the news. However, another cohort has emerged that is an even greater byproduct of the digital age and the Great…

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Zogby Weekly Report 5-1-2017

In this week’s JZS report we share news about: 1) Meet the Persistents: a brief bio on one of Zogby’s 11 Neo-Tribes 2) Coming Soon: What’s your Tribe? 3) And Trump’s Weekly Report Card 1) Meet the Persistents: Almost one in 5 of us say their lives have been defined by some form of horrible…

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Zogby Weekly Report 4-17-2017

In this week’s JZS report we share news about: i) Zogby’s presentation of Tribal AnalyticsSM at the World Affairs Council ii) Coming Soon, “Who’s Your Neo-Tribe?” iii) And the latest on Trump’s Weekly Report   1) Zogby at World Affairs Council Last week John Zogby presented the revolutionary tool Tribal AnalyticsSM at the World Affairs Council Author Series.…

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JZS WEEKLY REPORT

Helping the Great State of Ohio Achieve Innovation Story at a glance: Businesses and agencies often need to take risks – but risks should never be taken uninformed. Data, and most importantly finding the narrative within, is necessary to help any entity navigate its way through to well informed decisions. Put another way, some risks…

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The Bipartisan Mr. Trump?

Here is what we know about Donald Trump with less than 70 days into his Presidency. He can spin some stories to take credit for keeping US jobs in this country, notably his tough-talking to US companies like Carrier and Ford. He can also spin a stock market boom into a Trump Bump. Good for…

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Democrats and Building a New Majority

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have won the popular vote last November but she failed to win the Electoral College. Even worse, the Democrats failed to pick up a majority in the Senate, gained only a couple of seats in the House, and lost ground in the governors’ mansions and state legislatures. This…

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Beyond Identity Politics: A New Way of Healing the Divide

Enough is enough. Both venerable political parties are on the road to self-immolation by enabling our politics of division demographically, ideologically, and regionally. And it simply is not working. Voter turnout in 2016 actually declined, especially among younger voters, and the splits within both parties render them almost useless as problem solvers and policymakers. It…

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