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05.01.24

Partner Casey Hernandez Joins Corporate Communications Practice, Expansion Result of 225% Growth

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Six additional hires increase the firm’s public opinion and strategic communications expertise Seven Letter, an expertise-powered bipartisan strategic communications firm with offices in Washington & Boston, today announced the addition […]

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07.10.24

How important are Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Issues – and do Americans even know what ESG is? 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

A Global Strategy Group poll of 1,012 Americans in 2023 found that a plurality of Americans (47%) have never heard of the term “ESG” – and only 22% reported that they had […]

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04.10.24

Want a competitive edge in the hiring process? 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Start by brushing up on your AI skills – for better job prospects and a higher salary.  Rather than eliminating jobs, employers and employees alike increasingly view AI as a […]

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06.26.24

Think TV news is dead? Think again. 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

From May 16-27, 2024, Seven Letter Insight conducted a survey of 500 national opinion influencers and 300 D.C.-area opinion influencers. Opinion influencers are more educated, more affluent, and more influential […]

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06.18.24

Do Republicans or Democrats use Facebook more? The answer might surprise you. 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Our latest Seven Letter Insight study showed that nearly 1.5x the number of Democrats (70%) use Facebook daily than Republicans do (49%). From May 16-27, 2024, we conducted a survey […]

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06.13.24

How has voters’ news engagement changed over time?  

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Seven Letter Insight has tracked how much voters engage with local or national news. In 17 surveys from October 2021 to March 2024, we asked national voters how many days […]

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05.29.24

Do most Americans trust their news? 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

According to a new study from the Media Insight Project (a collaboration between the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of […]

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05.20.24

Taking a stance on social issues: Is the risk worth the reward for CEOs? 

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

A majority of respondents (59%) from a February 2023 Stagwell Weekly Consumer Sentiment survey of 1,996 U.S. adults say there’s more risk than reward (41%) when CEOs speak out on […]

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05.20.24

Corporate Social Responsibility Communication

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

Traditionally, CEOs want to stay away from Washington to avoid politics. Increasingly, politics is coming to them. Whether it’s investors, consumers or employees, more and more companies are being pressed […]

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05.16.24

What do national voters prioritize most?   

By Adam Abrams By Catherine Adamchak By Regina Anderson By Cate Biegun By Brendan Buck By Tim Burger By Robin Calleja By Scott Deitz By David Di Martino By Christine Dunn

As national and global headlines shift and change, Seven Letter Insight has tracked the issues that matter most to national voters. In ten surveys from March 2022 to March 2024, […]

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