We are drafting a 1000 respondent national survey on antitrust issues, focusing on the recent U.S. Department of Justice cases against Facebook and Google. However, our interest in goes beyond these lawsuits. Given the cataclysmic events of 2020, we want to get a better understanding of the historical moment we’re now in, and to better forecast what’s ahead. Large scale surveys allow us to take the pulse of the nation, and provide you, our clients, with informed intelligence about the opinion climate in the country, and how that climate may impact decisions about your cases.
Segments of the electorate are polarized and entrenched in their worldview. The seams of democracy are being stretched as never before. We’re curious to see how the political, educational, geographic, and economic conditions influence the public’s views about competition, in the business world. Given the broad national scope of this survey, our findings will be especially useful for understanding the attitudinal landscape that is likely shape many types of civil cases, and especially those in the technology sector.
Let us know if you would like us to notify you of the results of this research.