On "Hannity" tonight, Frank Luntz asked a focus group what they thought of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, and things quickly got heated.

Luntz revealed that it appeared for every one person who really liked Trump, two did not. He added that no other GOP candidate generates such a passionate reaction - positive or negative - from voters.

Some participants in the focus group said they like Trump because he speaks his mind, isn't a career politician and has what it takes to make America great again.

Some said they were often offended by Trump's comments, such as those he made about Sen. John McCain's war record, while others took issue with him changing his positions on various issues over the years.

Some expressed a concern that Trump will "go rogue" and run as a third party candidate.

"This is a live sitcom that we’re watching here," one participant said. "You better watch what you ask for, because you just might get it."

Don't miss the Fox News-Facebook Republican debate, Thursday Aug. 6, live from Cleveland at 8:50p ET, moderated by Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier and Chris Wallace.

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