Seattle Residents Are Coming – And Going

Seattle Residents Are Coming – And Going

It’s not news that the Seattle-area is growing. Though what is apparently newsy is Seattle's growth is unique among large metro areas across the country. From 2016 to 2017, we had a net gain of 21,000 Seattle residents—counting moves to and from the area. Quinn Thomas...

Twitter Opinion versus Public Opinion

Twitter Opinion versus Public Opinion

When Pepsi released its now infamous ad featuring Kendall Jenner joining a rally and offering a police officer a can of Pepsi, Twitter judgment was swift, uniform, and harsh. Or my personal favorite: Despite the nearly universal, negative Twitter opinion, public...

REPORT: Social Media and Public Opinion

REPORT: Social Media and Public Opinion

The debate over the impact of social media seems to center around two arguments: One camp argues social media opens new doorways for engaging the electorate and is creating pathways for greater civic engagement, corporate and political accountability, and journalistic...

Helping Washington’s Workforce Stay At Work

Helping Washington’s Workforce Stay At Work

State government isn’t always seen as a likely catalyst for helping employers – or protecting jobs. Yet over the last year, our team has been working with policy leaders and government officials in Washington State to do just that. Quinn Thomas was recently hired by...

Oregon’s Millennials At A Crossroads

Oregon’s Millennials At A Crossroads

There is no shortage of research claiming to have unlocked the secret to understanding the millennial generation. Over the last six months, our team (in close collaboration with DHM Research) has been digging through volumes of information about today’s 90 million...