Redfield & Wilton Strategies is delighted to announce a partnership with Newsweek to provide the millions of readers of the globally renowned and respected publication in-depth polling and insights on the issues that matter to Americans in the run-up to the 2024 U.S. presidential election.
Commenting on this news, Newsweek global editor-in-chief, Nancy Cooper has said, “Understanding public opinion across a spectrum of issues is critical to our journalism on the US Presidential Election. Redfield & Wilton Strategies has a strong reputation conducting analysis for some of the most well-respected media brands, and we’re thrilled to work with them.”
Director of Research, Philip van Scheltinga, adds, “The United States can feel a very divided country today, making every election more critical than the last. We hope that in this exciting long-term project with Newsweek, we can show readers not only how they differ from their fellow citizens, but also where they share common ground.”
Although the next election may end up being a repeat of the last one, the issues at stake could not be more different: from a war in Ukraine and an economy with higher interest rates to a politically contested school system and a new set of abortion laws—issues that this sentiment tracker will cover, among others.
If you want to understand what’s going to happen in the 2024, understanding what the American public thinks about these new core issues is key. For such insights, there is no better place to start than with this tracker.