Levies, Bond Issues and Public Funding Initiatives

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With experience in school levies and bond issues, and public funding initiatives, Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. knows how to help your campaign team develop the strategy and messages you need to achieve success. Fallon Research has worked with a wide variety of clients such as transportation districts, school systems, zoos, and social service agencies.

Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. also provided non-campaign research to public agencies that are funded through voter-approved levies and taxes, in order to measure public perceptions of performance, salience of problems or needs being addressed and whether there is a public mandate to act.

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No single number or poll result will help you win a race and no client can afford to ask every possible question, therefore Fallon Research works closely with you to develop the right questions for your research.

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About Paul Fallon

Paul Fallon is a public opinion researcher, political pollster and strategic advisor for corporations, levy committees, interest groups, political campaigns and public agencies and organizations. He also conducts customer, member, contributor and citizen satisfaction studies for government agencies, corporations, industry, trade associations and labor groups. READ MORE

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