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Appearing on Fox News today, pollster Frank Luntz said he’s moved Florida into the Mitt Romney column.

Frank Luntz no longer considering FL a swing state. From what I’m seeing around town I agree with him #FL #RomneyRyan2012

— Taylor Merrill (@taylorrmerrill) October 20, 2012

RT We are wkng hard 2 make it so”@kiradavis422: Frank Luntz just told FOX he’d take FL off swing state list b/c Romney #’s so strong there.”

— Traci Chadbourne(@TChadbourne) October 20, 2012

Sweet. RT“@kiradavis422: Frank Luntz just told FOX he’d take FL off swing state list b/c Romney #’s so strong there.”

— GOP Fashionista (@GOPfashionista) October 20, 2012

Niiice! “@kiradavis422: Frank Luntz just told FOX he’d take FL off swing state list b/c Romney #’s so strong there.”

— Cameron Scott (@CameronC_Scott) October 20, 2012

A Fox News poll of likely voters released Friday has Romney ahead of President Obama by three points.

FNC polls have Romney up in the Sunshine state –48 to 45 fxn.ws/T3vfD9 Obama still up in Ohio – 46 to 43 fxn.ws/T3vcXO

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) October 19, 2012

Forward!

Great shot of @mittromney arriving in Palm Beach, FL courtesy of Katie Fountain. twitter.com/Rick_Gorka/sta…

— Rick Gorka (@Rick_Gorka) October 20, 2012

Update:

GOP pollster Frank Luntz takes Florida off battleground list, gives it to @mittromney bit.ly/Tnw0xc #ANHQ

— LexiStemple (@LexiFoxNews) October 20, 2012

More from Fox News:

The latest Fox News polls released Friday show Romney has a 3 percentage point lead in the Sunshine State. That’s an 8-point reversal and an 8-point increase for Romney, compared to polls essentially prior to the first presidential debate, Oct. 3.

When focusing on the state’s most interested voters, Romney‘s advantage expands to 11 points over President Obama. Luntz tells Fox News’ “America’s News Headquarters” those number are just too strong to consider Florida still up for grabs.

 

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/10/20/boom-frank-luntz-says-florida-is-no-longer-a-swing-state/