A Year in the Life

A crucial part of our work involves tracking trends across time. We regularly benchmark survey questions that we’ve asked in […]

Entitled or Inspired?

As elections approach and we’re wondering who will turn out to vote, we’re hearing more than the usual amount of […]

Go take a hike!

Many people associate Oregon with green landscapes, hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing. In DHM’s study of Oregonians’ values and beliefs […]

What is a Push Poll?

As the election in November looms closer, voters across the country – especially in crucial swing states – are being […]

Tips for Education Advocates

Yesterday DHM Research Founder and Principal Adam Davis started the conversation on the Chalkboard Project’s blog site. An excellent article, […]

H20

John Horvick, Senior Associate, August 17, 2012 Water. It intrigues me like no other topic that we work on here […]

Your daily read

Your daily read today comes courtesy of our dedicated intern Ari Wubbold — who just happens to have a pulse on all […]

Our newest partnership

Volunteering, philanthropy, and sponsorships are the glue connecting good causes, ideas, and organizations with the resources to achive their goals. At DHM […]

Opt In goes international

Another interesting read — how governments across the globe are connecting to constituents and increasing civic participation. Metro’s own Opt […]