Leads public opinion research efforts and shapes results into actionable, strategic advice for non-profit and corporate clients.
Ran Pew Research Center’s annual Global Attitudes survey. Senior Associate at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, crafting winning international political campaign strategies based on public opinion research.
Lives with her husband, two kids, and rescue dog, Bellwether, in Sligo Creek Park, MD. Enjoys running, reading, watching Bravo, and needlepointing.
Margaret Vice has over 15 years’ experience crafting and carrying out public opinion research programs to help clients develop communications campaigns.
As a Managing Director on FGS Global’s Research & Insights team, Margaret leads qualitative and quantitative public opinion projects, directing all aspects from developing research instruments to analyzing data to working with clients to understanding results.
Margaret came to FGS Global from Pew Research Center where she ran their annual Global Attitudes survey of 40 nations. As a Senior Researcher, she specialized in face-to-face and telephone survey methodology, developing cutting-edge approaches to achieve nationally representative samples in challenging environments.
Prior to her time at Pew, Margaret spent almost a decade at a Democratic polling firm, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, where she crafted and implemented political campaign strategies in countries such as Iraq, Serbia, and Bermuda.
Margaret graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in Political Science, and lives with her husband, two kids, and beloved but accident-prone dog, Bellwether, in Sligo Creek Park, MD.