Republican pollster Frank Luntz admitted Monday night that for the first time in his career, he can't call an election. Looking at Tuesday's Alabama Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones, Luntz said he's told people to ignore all the polls "because you really don't know what's going to happen."
Luntz explained to Fox News that he hasn't seen much enthusiasm among African American voters, who are expected to heavily favor Jones at the ballot box, but that he has seen many conservatives eager to vote for Moore as a message to Washington. "That said, I can't call it," Luntz confessed, "and I've never been afraid to call an election up until this point. Because I don't know the makeup of that actual electorate tomorrow."
Luntz additionally noted that whatever happens Tuesday night, there is "anger against both sides." He added: "I gotta wonder how long it is going to take the state to heal itself after this election, because it really has torn itself apart." Watch Luntz break down why it is so difficult to call the race below, and read more about why the polls are showing "a massive spread" at FiveThirtyEight. Jeva Lange