Oil and Gas

The Oil and Gas industry has slightly increased favorability over the last four years among New Mexico residents (up 2 percent).  However, favorability among those engaged in New Mexico’s political process have increased their favorability more than the average New Mexico resident (from 2011-2014):

News and Information Sources: Television

 
Overall, New Mexico residents are slowly weaning themselves off of television news.  Since 2011, and despite two years of increases, television a news source has dropped 5 percent over the past four years.  With that said, it is still the most popular news source among all residents, regardless of political party affiliation.
 

Trust of State Officials

Today, the 70 members of the House of Representatives (controlled by Republicans) and the 42 members of the New Mexico Senate (controlled by Democrats) will convene their 60-day legislative session.  During that time they will set a budget and address a number of very high profile issues on behalf of New Mexico residents.

Government: Too much or too little?

In advance of the 60-day legislative session and our firm’s analysis of how affiliation with political parties affect who New Mexico residents trust, what industries they favor and how news and information is accessed; we will take a quick look to our 2011 survey to see how “we” feel about the role of government in our society.
 

Republicans, Democrats and Independents… Oh My!

This January and February, members of the New Mexico Senate and House of Representatives will head into a historic 60-day legislative session.

For the past four years, the Garrity Perception Survey has provided insights on who New Mexico residents trust, what industries they favor and how our neighbors access news and information.  We commission Research & Polling to provide the survey; it has a 95 percent level of confidence.

#NMLEG Editorial Calendar

We will be updating this garritypr.com/nmleg throughout the 60-day session with these interesting insights.

2014: A Year For the Books

We are grateful and thankful for 2014, especially for all of our new and returning clients Take a look at some of the work that kept us busy this year.

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

For us it is easy to be connected to hot air, especially when it is the largest balloon event in the world! The 2014 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta proved to be a successful and busy event for media, with over 800 registered media representatives from 131 organizations and representing seven countries.

Dsire’s Take on PR

Santa Fe-based web design firm, Dsire completely redesigned the Emmy’s webpage (along with many other notable websites) and will be at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles come show time, Monday, August 25, making sure all runs effectively.  They took some time out of their busy schedules to share a little about their experience working with The Garrity Group.

What's on the minds of New Mexico Hispanics?

What’s on the minds of New Mexico Hispanics?

Being the only Hispanic majority state in the US, our team asked the same question. Working with New Mexico communities across the state for over 17 years has definitely taught us a lot, but we want to know more.

Researching Hispanics
The Garrity Group asked some of our key contacts to take a short non-scientific survey beginning January 2014. Soon after, the team commissioned a Los Angeles-based writer to speak one-on-one with a diverse number of Hispanics in New Mexico.

The 2014 Garrity Perception Survey

Garrity Perception Survey Shows 85% Connected to the Internet

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – A survey commissioned by The Garrity Group Public Relations shows that New Mexico residents are connected to the digital age.  According to the Garrity Perception Survey, 85 percent of New Mexicans use the internet either through a computer or a mobile device.  The survey, released this week, was conducted by Research & Polling Inc., and has a 95 percent level of accuracy.  The annual Garrity Perception Survey started in 2011.

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