These Pollsters Push Pharma, Big Tech, and Democrats

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Lobbyists are a business in whose interest?

GSG and Lake, the public relations professionals they are, market themselves quite differently from one another.

Lake’s website appeals to the progressive wing of the Democratic Party — extolling its virtue as a “woman-owned small business with a commitment to diversity.”

Almost refreshingly honest, however, is GSG owning its function as an influence broker by advertising its team members’ “decades of experience working in government across state and federal capitols” and “deep relationships with top leaders of every level of government.”

Source: These Pollsters Push Pharma, Big Tech, and Democrats

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