Applied Politics [AP] is a boutique research firm that provides customized, comprehensive, and insightful research. AP works with clients to create and field tailored polls, targeted focus groups, and other forms of primary data utilizing the most advanced analytical techniques. The goal is to help clients understand opinion, assess policy proposals, and refine their messaging strategies. Our model revolves around the customization and collection of qualitative and quantitative data, rigorous analysis, and the delivery of actionable insights in a timely manner. Contact AP to discuss how we can help your organization.
With a critical local election approaching and an absence of research at the local level aimed at understanding the key issues and concerns of constituents, as well as what differentiates people in this area from America voters more broadly, we worked with two local media outlets to develop, field, and analyze a 'snap-poll' of the up-coming race which measured voters major concerns and opinions regarding the state of their community.
How seriously do the nation’s critical infrastructure industries take the threat of cyber and ransomware attacks? In a groundbreaking study we find that despite being labeled a 'uniquely critical' sector, electrical companies do not pay more than lip service to these risks. The report not only presents data to support these findings but examines why this is and what can be done to address the problem.
Odds are your organization is far more susceptible to political risk than you think. This is due in part to the changing nature of the risks we now face. Whereas in the past, political risk was generated by governmental actors and nation-states, in the 21st century that is no longer the case. And it isn’t just the changing nature of the risk generators which makes it more challenging than ever to recognize, evaluate, and protect against such threats.
This political risk simulator will help you determine how well prepared your institution is to these types of risks and to gauge whether your understanding of and ability to manage risk is aiding or harming efforts.