Republican lead on Congressional ballot slips 3 points in a week

Republicans still have a five-point lead as the 2022 midterm elections approach, but that lead has slipped three points in one week.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

It should be noted that it is difficult to measure the true Congressional split in the House and Senate; Rasmussen Reports measures something called the Generic Congressional Ballot.

According to the survey, 47% of likely voters say they plan to vote for the Republican candidate and 42% say they favor the Democrat. Four percent (4%) say they would choose somebody else and 8% say they are unsure.

Last week, Republicans led the measure over Democrats by 48%-40%.

Republicans have led this measure all years.

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6 thoughts on “Republican lead on Congressional ballot slips 3 points in a week”

  1. good they’ve backstabbed us enough at least the demoncrats tell you to your face they are gonna screw you

  2. None of the states that had voting problems in the 2020 election have changed the way they handle elections; hence they can still do the same thing again.

  3. These polls mean nothing. The only poll that matters is the one in November. The margin of error doesn’t matter, we have to overcome the margin of Democrat fraud.

    If that happens though, be prepared, Biden is already on record saying that if Dems lose in November the election will be fraudulent and if they lose they’ll start an insurrection, but the media will gloss it over.

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