|Tony Fabrizio's client base is global in scope, serving internationally prominent clients on three continents. He has earned a reputation among the leading survey researchers and campaign strategists in the nation. His knowledge of and experience with opinion research (quantitative and qualitative), media advertising and crisis management enable him to excel as a political and corporate strategist.
In 1996, Fabrizio served as chief pollster and strategist to Bob Dole's Presidential campaign. He also has served over the years as a key advisor to more than a dozen U.S. Senators, scores of U.S. Congressmen and numerous Governors and other statewide elected officials, as well as the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Furthermore, Fabrizio has served numerous Fortune 500 corporations including Visa, Hewlett-Packard, AOL/Time-Warner, FedEx, Pfizer, American Home Products, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, AT&T, Harrah's, Phillip Morris, Cendant and G-Tech, among others. Corporations consult Fabrizio for his expertise in consumer research, marketing, crisis management, image management, market positioning and public affairs.
Fabrizio's counsel is highly valued and sought after by numerous national organizations and trade associations, among them, the Air Transport Association, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S., the National Restaurant Association, the Heritage Foundation and the National Rifle Association, as well as many others.
Fabrizio is recognized by the domestic and international media as a top political pollster, strategist and analyst. That is why he is a frequent guest on CNN's Inside Politics and Crossfire programs along with regular appearances on FOX, MSNBC, PBS, CBS, NBC and ABC news programs. He is often found quoted on the front pages of the New York Times, the LA Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post as well as in leading magazines such as U.S. News and World Report, Newsweek, BusinessWeek, Fortune and Time to name a few.