Courtesy of Raw Story:
Pollster Frank Luntz is the GOP darling when it comes to his focus groups for conservatives, but not even Luntz can polish the steaming pile Trump has handed him.
“He was my first choice. But just along the way, he has — I guess you can say he’s lost me,” one focus grouper told Luntz in a video that aired on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday. “I’m not saying there’s no chance of turning but he’s become outrageous. I mean, we all have thoughts, but I think he speaks without thinking.”
The collection of respondents come from Pennsylvania voters where recent polling numbers show a lead for Clinton in the swing state.
“When he initially began to run, he gave voice to a lot of the frustrations that I was feeling about how government is working or more to the point not working,” focus group member Michael said. “But since then, he’s been running as a 12-year-old and changes his positions every news cycle, so you don’t even know where he stands on the issues.”
I think that "running as a 12 year old" comment is spot on.
Despite what it might say in the Russia media THIS is the reality of what is happening with Donald Trump's popularity in this election cycle.
However I am less than impressed that many of these idiots suggest that if Donald Trump suppresses his personality and stays off Twitter that they might still consider voting for him.
It is almost like they WANT to be tricked into voting for the worst possible candidate.