POLL: Republicans Hold a Nine-Point Lead in Their Efforts to Retake Congress

POLL: Republicans Hold a Nine-Point Lead in Their Efforts to Retake Congress


As the 2022 midterm elections are quickly approaching, Republicans appear to have a comfortable lead over their Democratic rivals. According to a recently released Rasmussen survey, Republicans hold a nine-point lead in their efforts to retake Congress. 

This poll showed that if the elections were held on June 10, 2022, 48% of likely United States voters would pull the lever for the Republican candidate, whereas 39% would vote for the Democrat. Only 4% would vote for another candidate and another 9% are unsure.

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For some perspective, in June 2018, before Democrats took back the House, Democrats had a four-point advantage (44% to 40%) in the generic ballot question. Though as the November 2018 midterms rapidly approached, the margin was effectively down to

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