Likely general election voters favor Republicans over Democrats in a generic congressional ballot heading into next year, according to a recent poll from Mclaughlin & Associates.
Forty-eight percent of the likely general election voters said they were voting for a Republican on the generic election ballot. This is compared to 44 percent of respondents who would vote for a Democrat. There were also eight percent who were undecided.
The poll also found that 40 percent of the independent likely general election voters would vote for the Republican, while only 36 percent said Democrat. Twenty-four percent of independents said they were undecided.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was also very unpopular with the respondents. Fifty-eight percent of the respondents said they found Pelosi unfavorable, while only