Dick Morris told FOX and Friends this morning, “We are now it a turnout model that is totally different from we’ve ever had… This isn’t your father’s America.”
Morris predicted a big Romney win on Tuesday.
The Politico reported:
“I think that the reason the prediction I made was wrong is that I was criticizing the polling because I said it reflected the same turnout model as there was in 2008. And I said that I thought that was a one-off affair and that it would not continue and it would not be the permanent turnout model for the United States,” Morris said on Fox News.
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He added: “What this is saying is this is the new America. This isn’t your father’s America.”
Morris, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, had predicted a Romney landslide.
Morris said that unless the GOP-ers can appeal to some of the key Democratic constituencies, they won’t be able to win again.
“The percentage of single women, minorities and voters under 30 is so large at this point that unless the Republican Party fundamentally changes its appeal to those voters, it can never win an election,” Morris said.