Mallory is a Research Director within Ipsos’ public polling practice, where she specializes in issues-based polling, messaging research, and designing surveys for public consumption. She works with a wide variety of public and private sector clients, including NPR, USA Today, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Mallory is also an experienced focus group moderator and has conducted qualitative research throughout the U.S. on a wide range of topics, including education, healthcare, views toward the economy and business, and the political landscape. She has appeared as a commentator on Newsy, NPR, and the BBC and is a regular guest on The Hill TV. She is a co-host of the weekly podcast series,“The Point Being,” discussing the latest news on American public opinion.
Areas of Expertise
Global Views on Cyberbullying, August 2018, Finchannel.com
The Point Being, co-host, Ipsos.com weekly podcast
With public support, 2020 Dems fight to keep abortion legal, May 30, 2019, Cheddar
Pollster questions whether Americans believe the country can unify in partisan environment, May 21, 2019, The Hill TV
Polling History Can’t Predict 2020 Race, Ipsos Director Says, May 13, 2019, Cheddar
Mallory Newall on President Trump’s approval ratings, May 7, 2019 Sky News Tonight UK
Pollster: Mueller report publication had little effect on public opinion, May 7, 2019 The Hill TV
Mallory Newall discusses 2018 midterm elections, November 2018, BBC News
Pulling back the curtain on political polls, October 2018, WNPR
Driving Business in an Age of Uncertainty, May 2018, Ipsos webinar
Member, American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR)
Mallory is a registered yoga and prenatal yoga teacher and helps manage a yoga studio in Washington, D.C.
James Madison College – Michigan State University
B.A., International Relations