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Read Frank Luntz's Dreams of Dallas

It only took, what, a week? But here, at long last, is GOP pollster Frank Luntz's presentation to the Dallas City Council, given last week during its retreat at the Arboretum. Mayor Mike's chief of staff, Paula Blackmon, just sent it along, complete with the tiny-type data tables I didn't attach (unless you really want to sort through the fine print).

Titled The Dreams of Dallas, it's 30 pages of charts and graphs culled from interviews with a whopping 400 Dallasites -- though, keep in mind there's that 4.7 percent margin of error. It's on the other side. Might as well read it -- only cost you $15,000.

Frank Luntz Report to City Council

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