VMR specializes in election research, opinion polls, campaign management, communication and legislative debate research. We offer various products and services that are linked closely to elections and legislative conduct.
Coming from a background of analyzing and deciphering mandates, this is our core strength. Our founders have worked with leading brands such as Times Now, NewsX, India News, FocusTV for election analysis. We also partner with Governments and NGOs to provide support for research surveys be it through field-work or crowd sourcing questions online.
We also help legislators with research to help them obtain a perfect balance of information and analysis
Psephological & Research Inputs:
Previous election results decoded and what can constitute inputs from those for the current elections. Inputs for various graphics for eg: VIP seats, hot seats, criminals in the fray, caste and religious break-up of the state as well as their support patterns for various political parties. These inputs are required for a variety of election related programming or simply political talk shows that pertain to number crunching or factual inputs. With our number crunching skills we decode previous elections and transform the same into meaningful inputs for your discussions. Often this could also involve the identification of key candidates, their caste backgrounds and other interesting aspects of their career.
Consultancy for Legislative Research:
VMR supports the necessary research required to ensure a meaningful dialogue between an elected member, his constituents and the legislative house that he has been elected to. With an increasingly informed electorate and a vastly growing number of sources of information available to the public at large, both public and legislative debates are highly scrutinised these days.
Government & NGO Surveys:
VMR has partnered in creating new means of outreach and pioneered the use of technology for the same. From launching OurSay India (Getting central ministers to do a Google+ Hangout with crowdsourced questions) or crowdsourcing ideas for improving India’s infrastructure with IT through #Itforparivahan, we have many success stories of true innovation. We apply the same thought process to our field work when we partner with Government agencies and NGOs to get the best data to create the best policies.