December 12, 2017
Want your opinion heard – and broadcast nationwide? Here's your chance, Philadelphia.
Political consultant Frank Luntz, a contributor to Fox News and other television networks, is recording a focus group in Philly on Monday.
The recording will air on national television, according to a survey completed by potential participants, although it isn't clear what network it will appear on.
Live in Philadelphia?— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) December 12, 2017
Want to be on TV? 📺
I’m doing my next focus group there on Monday, December 18th. Join here: https://t.co/nSKtQk5l1P
Luntz's most recent focus group interviewed supporters of Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore and aired on Vice News on HBO.
Nine women came forward with sexual misconduct accusations against Roy Moore. These Alabama voters think they were paid to lie. @FrankLuntz spoke to them on VICE News Tonight.— VICE News (@vicenews) December 9, 2017
(via @HBO) pic.twitter.com/dPcb1Ux652
The survey asks potential participants their relative interest in politics; how much news they consume; and how often they vote.
It also asks who they voted for in the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections, and their opinions on President Donald Trump, such as his use of Twitter and the possibility of his impeachment.
Hopeful participants also are asked about their levels of education, incomes, occupations and racial/ethnic backgrounds.
People who are nervous about speaking in public are asked not to attend, as those who do will be required to voice their opinion and participate in the group discussion.
Those interested in participating can fill out the survey here.