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WPA CEO Chris Wilson appears on Jansing & Co. to discuss President Obama

WPA CEO Chris Wilson appeared on MSNBC’s Jansing & Co. on Monday this past week to discuss the President’s less than stellar relationship with Congress. Check out Chris’ entire appearance below:  

 

ACA and Control of the Senate

Two new surveys out of Iowa show that the Affordable Care Act is starting to have an impact on the US Senate race that will be critical for determining who controls the chamber. From The Des Moines Register Poll, 54% of Iowa adults think the country as a whole under the health reform law is […]

 

Do Your Customers Rate You a 5?

When a company looks to increase its profits the CMO will often look to expand the company’s market share.  This translates into focusing efforts into acquiring new customers and utilizing a large portion of the marketing budget in advertising and public relations. The costs associated for acquiring a new customer vary and depend on how […]

 

Obama and Dems Sink Lower

A new poll from Quinnipiac reveals that President Obama’s approval rate is taking a plunge and pulling Democratic lawmakers down with him. Among the findings: President Barack Obama’s job approval among American voters drops to a new low, a negative 38 – 57 percent. Obama gets a negative 41 – 49 percent among voters 18 […]

 

#GivingTuesday was a smashing sucess

In case you missed it, #GivingTuesday was a smashing success.  There was a 162% increase in giving over last year for participating organizations.  While that is fantastic all by itself, data shows that not only the total amount given increased, but also the size of donations increased from $124.92 to $173.45, an increase of 39%! […]

 

WPA Celebrates Christmas Party with Colleagues and Friends

Members of the WPA family from around the country gathered last night at Cedar in Washington, DC to celebrate an end to another successful year. With offices spread out across the country, it’s not very often that we’re able to get together as often as we like, but last night was a night of great […]

 

The “Daughter Effect” on Party Affiliation.

Two sociologists have conducted a study into whether or not the sex and birth order of children have any effect on the party affiliation of their parents. They concluded that having more daughters than sons, and having a daughter first, increases the chances that parents will identify with the Republican Party. This “daughter effect” is […]

 

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