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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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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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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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05.08.24

How much do individual words matter? 

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 own research at Seven Letter Insight says: quite a lot.  Take, for example, a question about government spending. When asked how much we are spending on “welfare,” nearly twice […]

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04.25.24

Generative AI in Business: Disruption or Disillusionment? 

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

Business leaders see generative AI as a competitive opportunity to disrupt their sector, not a threat – but are they as truly ready as they need to be in order […]

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04.17.24

A new misinformation threat is causing Americans significant concern: deepfakes

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

Deepfakes are a type of AI-powered, manipulated media in which creators can develop convincing videos, audio, and images that depict a person saying or doing something they never said or […]

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05.01.24

Will young peoples’ economic concerns and mistrust of government keep them from the polls? 

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 new Harvard poll reports some dismal statistics about young people: overarching economic concerns, worry about entering the job market, and low political engagement.  To explore young Americans’ attitudes toward […]

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02.14.24

Artificial Intelligence Public Polling

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

If you look at the news, you know that Artificial Intelligence is everywhere. There are articles about everything from the danger of AI deepfakes… to concern about whether AI will […]

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10.26.23

CONTROL Episode 15: And Then There Where Nine

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 House Republicans gather (again) to choose a Speaker nominee, hosts Brendan Buck and Annalyse Keller discuss where things went wrong for Jim Jordan, run through the nine Speaker candidates, […]

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