Guy Molyneux


Guy Molyneux, a partner with Hart Research, has helped a wide variety of nonprofit advocacy groups, foundations, and labor unions to advance their work for economic and social justice. He has conducted many studies on economic and health policy for such organizations as Arnold Ventures, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Center for American Progress (CAP), AARP, WorkMoney, and Americans for Tax Fairness. He has partnered with America’s Voice, National Immigration Law Center, and Immigration Hub to advance progressive immigration policies. He has also done extensive work on legal and judicial issues for such groups as the Alliance for Justice, Demand Justice, the Open Society Foundation, and the American Association for Justice.

Guy oversees Hart Research’s work for the labor movement. His many union clients have included the AFL-CIO, AFSCME, AFT, APWU, CWA, IUPAT, NALC, NEA, SEIU, TWU, the UAW, and the UMW. He has conducted hundreds of surveys and focus groups with union members, exploring their relationship with their union, political and policy views, and support for union initiatives. He also has conducted extensive message research with the general public on labor issues.

Guy is a graduate of Harvard College and studied public opinion research and political strategy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. He previously served as director of polling for Cable News Network (CNN) and has written about politics and public opinion for The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, Dissent, The American Prospect, and other publications. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland, and is a life-long baseball fan.