It’s not just Rasmussen. It’s Gallup too. The Republicans are WAY ahead in the generic congressional poll.
Fifty percent of the public says they’re going to vote for Republicans in November, a seven point lead over Democrats. That’s the biggest lead for Republicans ever measured in the 60 years Gallup has been taking this poll. Further, this poll question has a history of understating Republican support in the past. In August of 1994, a year when Republicans made historic electoral gains, Democrats were actually ahead in Gallup’s generic poll.
Of course, things could change before November. But it’s hard to imagine a dramatic Democratic revival.
November 2 could be a long night for President Barack Obama & Co.
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