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Jonathan Voss
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Jonathan Voss joined Lake Research Partners in 2011 as a Senior Analyst and has a wide range of experience conducting quantitative and qualitative research for a diverse portfolio of clients. A trained focus group moderator, he currently works on a variety of issues for LRP, including Social Security, housing policy, the environment, education, and issues surrounding poverty. Prior to joining LRP, Jonathan worked at Benenson Strategy Group and The Feldman Group conducting research across the country for numerous local, congressional, and state-wide campaigns and ballot initiatives. He has provided strategic guidance for international campaigns, issue coalitions, corporations and nonprofit organizations.

Originally from Orange County, N.Y., Jonathan started working on political campaigns after college in New York City and around the country. He has a master’s degree in public administration from NYU’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, and also has a bachelor’s degree in politics from NYU.

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California Voters Have Clear Education Priorities

(0) Comments | Posted November 13, 2014 | 12:04 PM

On November 4th California voters re-elected Tom Torlakson over challenger Marshall Tuck by a 52 to 48 margin. Our survey of 2014 voters on November 4 and 5 shows a clear agenda that voters support.

Seventy-six (76) percent of voters say that making school funding more equitable was important...

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Missing the Full Picture of Voters Attitudes on Public Education

(3) Comments | Posted June 28, 2014 | 4:19 PM

Co-authored by Jonathan Voss, Senior Analyst at Lake Research Partners.

In the wake of the Vergara versus California trial, this week the PACE/USC Rossier School of Education released a poll which generated headlines around parent's negative views toward teachers unions and their impact on the quality of public...

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Expanding Social Security; Good Policy and Good Politics

(1) Comments | Posted February 28, 2014 | 3:18 PM

Over the past few months, events in Washington have changed the narrative going into the midterm Congressional elections several times, from the government shutdown and threat of default to the roll out of the Affordable Care Act. But the real key to the 2014 election rests in budget discussions and...

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