On Saturday, November 10, Frank Luntz told America’s News HQ that Fox News viewers should be “outraged” at how they had been misled to believe Mitt Romney would win the election by “Republican establishment polls.” But while Luntz may not have run misleading polls, himself, he conducted a number of focus groups that suggested Romney would win. And he discussed them on a network that repeatedly suggested a Romney win.
Look, the published polls that the Romney campaign and the Republican establishment were trashing day after day turned out to be accurate… This is a bad day for establishment pollsters and it’s something that they should be held accountable for. You have to tell your clients the truth and you have to be accurate. And to miss so many states and to be this far off? Your Fox News viewers ought to be outraged. Because day in and day out they were told that Mitt Romney was going to win. And the fact is, Ohio was never up, Wisconsin was never up. Pennsylvania was never up. These states – Iowa, New Hampshire – state after state were never up. The published polls were correct. Nate Silver was correct. The Republican establishment polls were wrong.
Barack Obama will lose to Mitt Romney for President says Frank Luntz.
Poll expert says Mitt Romney’s a safe bet
The SUN By FRANK LUNTZ, 29th October 2012
Luntz : â Thanks to British bookies, thisAmerican is preparing to make a lot of money.â
Luntz : â If the British public currently think Barack Obama is coasting to victory in the November 6 election, they are gravely mistaken. Mitt Romney will win this election. No doubt about it. Heâs lucky heâs got Paul Ryan, a Wisconsin native, as a running