From the October 14 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
SANDRA SMITH: I mean, everybody's trying to figure out, Kirsten, what is it about Dr. Ben Carson? I mean his likability, his trust factor -- when you see the polling, people really think that he is a man of high morals and good character all around. What is it about him?
KIRSTEN POWERS: Well I think those things that you said are true, but what I don't understand is why people would want him to be president. I actually don't get that. I'm going to ask our one, a Republican here. Can you explain this?
ANDREA TANTAROS: Well, I think that they see him as very trustworthy. I don't think they perceive him to be part of the establishment. And I think that, look, he means what he says and he says what he means, and that's a hard thing to find. I also think politically, he is deeply threatening to the left. I mean, he is a self-made African American that does not play the victim. He's very very smart. He does better not in these debates, but in these private settings. And, Bill you and I talked about this last night on The Factor, how the media has gone after him. And you were saying, look, every time the media goes after him because he is so deeply threatening, his numbers seem to go up.