GSP Research

GSP Research has extensive experience in conducting public opinion research around the world. Led by a certified public opinion researcher, GSP specializes in non-permissive environments and has developed the necessary methods and techniques to ensure the collection of quality data.

Current and previous clients include political candidates, political parties, NGO's, international businesses, non-profits, and government agencies.

Our services include:

  • Qualitative and Quantitative Public Opinion Research
  • Advanced data analysis
  • Predictive analytics
  • Political Risk Analysis
  • Social Media Analysis

GSP Research in the News:

**New Poll** National Survey of Pakistan Public Opinion
October 24, 2017-GSP releases new national public opinion survey in Pakistan covering top issues, approval ratings, and next year's elections.

New Poll: Bangladeshis Optimistic for the Future

New Poll: Survey of Burmese Public Opinion

PAKISTAN TODAY: PM Nawaz most popular leader of Pakistan

GEO NEWS: Pakistanis satisfied with federal government performance

MYANMAR TIMES: Economic development more important than democratic reforms, says new survey

THE IRRAWADDY: Economy more important than democracy, survey says

THE NATIONAL: What hope now for Rohingya in Myanmar?

FRONTIER MYANMAR: Decline in optimism, economic outlook, says new poll

VOICE OF AMERICA: Myanmar residents rate Suu Kyi government

New Poll: Economic and Security Concerns Cloud Otherwise Optimistic Bangladeshi Outlook

MIZZIMA: New poll suggests NLD-led government not doing as well as expected

New Poll: Support for Government Growing; Corruption a Dominant Concern

THE DAILY STAR: Study finds Bangladeshis have faith in democracy despite flaws

New Poll: First-Ever IRI Côte d’Ivoire Poll; Ivorians Concerned about Reconciliation, Youth and Economy; Lack Understanding of Role of Political Parties

New Poll: In Bangladesh, National Indicators Show Sharp Partisan Divisions

New Poll: Majority of Bangladeshis Believe Country Is Headed in Wrong Direction; Non-Participatory Elections Fall Short of Public Expectations

DAWN NEWS: Government enjoys 50 pc support of Pakistanis: new survey

NEWS PAKISTAN: PML-N up, PTI down: new survey

DAWN NEWS: PTI losing ground amid PML-N surge: new survey

New Poll: Indonesia Poll Shows Concern over the Economy and Corruption

Contact Us about our research solutions:

Box 1628
Nashua, New Hampshire 03061

1990 M Street NW, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20036

2269 Chestnut Street, Suite 188
San Francisco, California

Baghdad, Iraq

Phone: 202.567.6330
inquiries@gps.us.com

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