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EXPOSED: RINO Pollster Frank Luntz’s Research Is A Scam According To Ex Employees

Sources say that ex employees of the notable pollster are alleging that his research is completely without merit.


Frank Luntz is a classic RINO.

For years this guy has released his polling information which is staunchly anti-Trump. The worst part is that his research influences policy, so he isn’t just some useless pollster.

This guy reportedly has a lot of pull within The GOP.

Would it surprise you to know that all his research is completely phony and a farce? Well, that’s what his ex employees are alleging in various reports.

Personally, I don’t doubt what these people are saying.

The left has a densely packed and colorful history of faking hate crimes and making up data to make them look more victimized—it’s a classic leftist tactic.

Here is what everyone is saying:

Far left Salon had the three employees allegations against Luntz: 

Republican pollster and Kevin McCarthy friend-slash-roommate Frank Luntz isn't afraid of boasting about his personal achievements. "Dr. Frank I. Luntz is one of the most honored communication professionals in America today," reads a biography on his website. But some of his former employees tell a remarkably different story.

Chris Ingram, a former senior vice president at the Luntz Research Company who worked at the company from 1997 through the early 2000s, told Salon that Luntz's claim to deliver objective data is a "total shtick and a scam."

Ingram described observing Luntz trying to manipulate focus groups that used "dial testing," in which participants spin a small handheld device, yielding real-time results in response to questions asked by the presenter. "Frank, when he would be hired by clients, whether they would be corporate or political, would sit in that room yelling, 'Keep turning the dials! Keep turning the dials!'" Ingram told Salon in a phone interview. Luntz's primary concern, Ingram said, was results that would yield more "compelling" data to be "present[ed] to the client."

Daily Mail exposed Luntz: 

Luntz is an influential GOP pollster and strategist, as well as close friend and roommate of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

Though he runs a Republican polling and communications company, in January declared that he no longer felt able to call himself a Republican.

In recent days, his focus group work has been featured on The Daily Show and the New York Times opinion section, and he makes regular appearances on MSNBC.

Chris Ingram, a former senior vice president at the Luntz Research Company, ripped the methods of his old boss
Chris Ingram, a former senior vice president at the Luntz Research Company, ripped the methods of his old boss

'The clowns at MSNBC didn't have a clue about how the focus groups or panels worked, or what Frank what was doing,' Ingram told Salon.

'The actions were basically contrived: He screened out anybody that isn't going to give the viewers the opinion that Frank, on behalf of his client, is looking for. Somehow, he is able to bulls**t people,' he added.

Ingram said that Luntz tried to manipulate his focus groups using 'dial testing,' in which participants turn knobs on a dial to indicate their reactions in real time.


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