Elizabeth Brashares
About Elizabeth Brashares Account Manager, US
Ipsos Public Affairs
elizabeth.brashares@ipsos.com

Elizabeth Brashares is an Account Manager with the Ipsos Public Affairs team. She primarily works on studies for public release as part of the Media and Polling Research Specialization, though also works on international and corporate reputation studies. Prior to joining Ipsos in 2013, Elizabeth worked on the Obama campaign for the 2012 election, working with the communications and Vice President’s team. She graduated from American University in Washington, DC with a BA in International Studies (Magna Cum Laude) and a minor in Economics.

Articles by Elizabeth Brashares


Little League Games: The New Happy Hour

As Jamie Foxx and T-Pain prophetically once told us all, “blame it on the alcohol”. This begs the question: what have we done? Well, the answer is: lots. Alcohol is now commonplace in many aspects of daily life, from the now-standard yet extensive Bloody Mary bars at brunch to the three martini lunches with Bob…

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Going Viral – Zika Awareness up 20 percentage points since Jan 27th

On Monday, Feb 1, the World Health Organization declared a global health emergency due to the Zika virus – leading to the rare international crisis where Americans are paying attention. As a refresher, the Zika virus is spread through mosquito bites and since the first case was reported in Brazil last May, it has spread…

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American Partisan Support for U.S. Iran Policy

Foreign policy is traditionally a strength of the Republican Party. Americans often prefer Republican positions on international issues particularly in situations that involve conflict. However, part of the core rationale for Barack Obama’s candidacy in 2008 was his opposition to the war in Iraq. Can history repeat itself and can Obama’s nuanced approach to foreign…

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The “Fuzzy” Concept of Welfare: Conflicting Views on the Welfare System in America

Almost two-thirds (64%) of Americans believe that many low-income individuals receiving aid from the government are just looking for a free handout. The same Reuters/Ipsos tracking survey indicates that two thirds (65%) of Americans also believe that most of the low-income individuals who receive aid from the government deserve the assistance. How do we reconcile…

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