From identifying your goals to achieving them, our independent research, analysis, and message development will be with you every step of the way.
The Bullfinch Group was born from a simple idea: if we produce unbiased data, appreciate varying perspectives, and believe there is common ground to be found, then we can accomplish more together than we can apart.
That is why our mission is to provide independent research and strategic guidance that delivers exceptional results with the utmost integrity.
Because at The Bullfinch Group, we don’t have sides; we have impartial insights.
And we believe that teamwork makes the dream work.
"Brett is not only a true professional pollster but also a man of integrity and decency, qualities that are essential in this field.
We depend upon those characteristics
for our polling and strategic guidance within the U.S. and internationally."
Remus Ioan Ștefureac
President, STRATEGIC Thinking Group;
CEO, INSCOP Research
President and CEO of The Bullfinch Group, Brett Loyd is a leading researcher and campaign strategist, being one of the few political operatives to accurately forecast the 2008, 2012, 2016, and 2020 presidential elections.
With his methods unswayed by external influences, Brett has built a reputation as a trusted and insightful partner to presidential, senatorial, congressional, and gubernatorial candidates; national political committees; and corporate and issue campaigns. His unbiased and data-first approach has delivered research, insights, analysis, and recommendations that have led to wins from the highest levels of U.S. campaign politics to local policy initiatives, and among his trade association, NGO, and Fortune 500 clients’ efforts.
This extensive experience also allows Brett to serve as a reputable advisor to DC’s embassy and foreign relations community, advising international government relations firms as well as ambassadors and their diplomatic staff in Washington and abroad.
Brett Loyd began his career in statistics and political science after graduating from Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa. Following his start in state politics, Brett moved to Washington, DC in 2007 where he and his wife still reside with their dog Falkor and goldfish Doug.