As the 2022 midterms are less than a year, Republicans appear to have a commanding lead in their efforts to retake Congress.
According to a recent report by Rasmussen Reports, 51% of likely U.S. voters would pull the lever for the Republican candidate. On the other hand, 38% would vote for the Democrat. Only 3% would vote for some other candidate and another 8% are unsure.
For reference, the Rassmussen study showed that in January 2018, Democrats had an 8-point advantage (45% to 37%) in the generic ballot question. This was the year Democrats took the back House for the first time in 8 years.