The MassINC Polling Group is a full-service opinion research and consulting company working with public, private, and social sector clients across the country.
What We Do
We speak data. Let us translate for you.
We write and offer impartial commentary about polling and politics for a variety of media outlets.
We offer a full range of quantitative and qualitative public opinion research services.
Steve Koczela (@) is the President of The MassINC Polling Group, where he has grown the organization from its infancy to a nationally known and respected polling provider. During the 2016 election cycle, MPG conducted election polling for WBUR, the continuation of a six-year partnership. Koczela again led the endeavor, producing polls which came within one point of the margin in both the Massachusetts and New Hampshire presidential elections. Koczela frequently appears in local, state, and national media outlets discussing polling, politics, and policy. His writing and analysis appears at WBUR, NHPR, CommonWealth Magazine, and elsewhere.
Richard Parr (@) is Research Director with The MassINC Polling Group and runs MPG’s office in Western Massachusetts. Rich contributes a deep familiarity with Massachusetts policies, politics and media, as well as a background in public policy and media.
As Media Director, Llyr Johansen leads the development and execution of content production, media strategy and messaging for MPG. An expert in digital storytelling, he brings nearly a decade of experience, having worked as a production professional on some of Hollywood’s biggest films, commercials and PSAs.
Articles from MPG
It’s been a busy couple weeks in #mapoli, and for MPG. We have you covered with a new WBUR article and not one but two new podcasts. WBUR: How The Mass. Legislature Can Get Closer To Gender Balance Steve Koczela…
His entry would crowd the ‘moderate’ lane in GOP primary This article originally appeared on CommonWealth. The Republican primary field to take on US Sen. Elizabeth Warren next year now includes three candidates, but another contender is still eyeing the…
Pollsters live in a constant state of anxiety that some external event will happen while their poll is in the field that will upset public opinion and render their data obsolete. The classic example from recent history is when Superstorm…