Maeve Duggan, Research Director
Maeve Duggan is Research Director with The MassINC Polling Group. An experienced researcher, Maeve brings expertise in the design, administration, and analysis of surveys, ensuring that public opinion research is accessible and understandable to clients and the public alike.
Maeve started her career at Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., where she documented the impact of technology on American society. She’s written extensively on the prevalence and patterns of online harassment, political participation online, social media trends, and the demographics of technology adoption. Maeve joins MPG from Hill Holliday, where she helped national brands uncover consumer insights and formulate data-driven strategies. Her work has been featured in national media outlets, including NPR, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic.
Maeve graduated from The George Washington University with an M.A. in Media and Public Affairs and B.A. in Political Communication. A native of Massachusetts, Maeve happily resides back in the Bay State.