Results

Not a day goes by without one of our clients making the front page. Sometimes, it’s the business section, other times the sports, science, or technology pages – and yes, often above the fold in opinion and politics. Our commitment to individual service spans across a diverse range of clients – big and small, political, corporate, and nonprofit.

Diverse Industries

With increasingly specialized industries comes the need for targeted, nuanced language. We help our business clients effectively and efficiently engage their customers, employees, and the public at large.

Associations and Public Policy

In the political world, it’s often best to prepare for everything and assume nothing. Trade associations and public policy advocates that engage on critical issues facing America do so on a shifting and unstable ground. We leverage the words that work to tether causes to meaningful, measurable results.

Political Expertise

We’re widely known for Dr. Frank Luntz’s right-leaning work, but our team spans the political spectrum. As a result, so does our influence. We openly and enthusiastically work on both sides of the aisle – often trying to bring the two together over common ground and principles. For us, it’s not about party; it’s about public policies and how they align with what constituents deserve.

Our Clients

NFL
Facebook
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
GM
Pfizer
BBC
Yankees
Frito Lay
Kroger
Google
Merrill Lynch
NBC
Fedex
Amway
Lowe's
Coca Cola
Guggenheim
GE
NHL
A
News Corporation
BR
Lockheed Martin
Pepsi
McDonalds
citi
Continental Airlines
The Spirit of Enterprise US Chamber of Commerce
MGM Mirage
eBay

“Their methodology has always been outstanding. They think outside the Washington box, and bring a fresh, new perspective to issues.”

— Andy Sieg, Merrill Lynch

“The Maestro of Messaging … Luntz has forever redefined the way public policy issues will be framed.”

— Public Affairs Council

“When Frank Luntz invites you to talk to his focus group, you talk to his focus group.”

— Barack Obama

“The nation’s leading provider of market research.”

— Seattle Times

“The Nostradamus of pollsters.”

— David Frost

“These are the world’s best professionals.”

— The Guardian (London)