Republican pollster Frank Luntz took to Twitter on Thursday night after Hillary Clinton delivered her big speech to the Democratic National Convention to do some “real talk.”
Luntz confessed on the social media platform that he was impressed with the speech from the Democratic nominee, even though he conceded “Republicans won’t like” it.
“That was the most effective speech I’ve ever seen from Hillary Clinton,” Luntz tweeted.
He added: “Republicans won’t like Hillary’s speech, but the content, language, and delivery will have an impact on undecided voters.”
Luntz, who accurately predicted after the Republican National Convention that Trump would take a lead in the polls in the days that followed, told his followers to “expect significant style changes” from the GOP nominee “before the first debate in 60 days.”
Clinton and Trump are set to face off for the first general-election debate on September 26 at Hofstra University in New York.
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