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Our firm, and our CEO, Dr. Frank Luntz, are often in the media, discussing how language shapes our world. Frank is a proud Fox News contributor and CBS News analyst. Click on any of the links below to see us in the news:
Republican pollster Frank Luntz shares results of a survey that shed light on what drove voters to the polls in this election and what voters hoped to achieve by casting their ballots.
A recent surveillance video, in which NFL player Ray Rice is seen punching his now-wife Janay, has sparked controversy regarding the NFL's apparent lack of punishment for players involved in domestic abuse. In light of this, Frank Luntz offers advice to the NFL on how to redeem its reputation with disappointed fans who think the League and Commissioner, Roger Goodell, have been too soft on domestic abuse.
At CBS Studios, a Frank Luntz focus group reveals American's deep-seated pessimism and hopelessness about the United States economy. They truly believe their children will be worse off than they are if things don't change, and a number of people said they would even consider leaving the country to find better opportunities.
The second installment of a series; Frank Luntz asks a focus group comprised of both Republican and Democratic voters to share their opinions regarding the immigration issues that America currently faces, with an emphasis on President Obama's leadership in this area.
The first installment of a series; Frank Luntz asks a focus group comprised of both Republican and Democratic voters to share their opinions regarding the immigration issues that America currently faces, including the recent influx of child immigrants.
American pollster Frank Luntz discusses upcoming elections after conducting focus groups in the UK. He told Jo Coburn on the Daily Politics: "I can tell why each person is going to do badly. I can't give you a winner at this point."
Fox Sports 1 Communications Analyst, Frank Luntz, provides his analysis of LA Clippers owner, Donald Sterling's, weak attempt at an apology after a recording surfaced in which Sterling allegedly made extremely racist remarks.
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