Kelli Ward: Remember the ‘Psychic Friends Network’ Fraud? The Pollsters Are Even Worse

Kelli Ward: Remember the ‘Psychic Friends Network’ Fraud? The Pollsters Are Even Worse


Op-Ed

By Kelli Ward
Published November 16, 2020 at 12:28pm

In the 1990s, a company called the Psychic Friends Network supplied fancy infomercials and a $3.99/minute 1-900 number to let Americans chat with “real psychics” on the phone. The company brought in well over $100 million a year before eventually going down in flames under charges of fraud and bankruptcy.

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But for all of its faults, the Psychic Friends Network may have done a better job of predicting the future than our country’s national media pollsters.

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