Republican voters are very enthusiastic about the 2022 midterm elections. In fact, their enthusiasm is off the charts, compared to Democrats.
This makes perfect sense. Republicans see the 2022 elections as their first chance to slam the brakes on the Biden administration.
It’s not going to take much to swing power back to the GOP. The Democrat majority is now razor thin.
The Washington Examiner reports:
GOP leads Democrats in 2022 enthusiasm by double digits: Poll
Enthusiasm for Republicans in the 2022 midterm elections outpaces Democrats by double digits, with most GOP voters also remaining loyal to former President Donald Trump, a new poll reveals.
While engagement has leveled off for both parties since the record-high turnout of the 2020 race for the White House, a Democracy Corps survey found that 68% of Republicans remain engaged ahead of 2022. Meanwhile, Democrats have seen their engagement slip to 57%, an 11-point cushion for the GOP.
The survey also found that Republican voters remain firmly in the camp of Trump, with only 16% of Republicans identifying as “non-Trump conservatives.” In the battleground states, which most likely decide the balance of power, only 9% of Republican voters identify themselves as part of the same group.
The survey comes as the GOP plots its path forward in hopes of taking back control of Congress in 2022, recently deciding to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position in the party for continuing to be a vocal critic of the former president.
Conservative voters will crawl through broken glass to take power away from the radical left.
2022 can't get here soon enough!
Biden's a puppet & the only way to stop him is for Republicans to win big in 2022!https://t.co/YaTZyYkc3u
— Daniel F. Baranowski (@DFBHarvard) May 18, 2021
Our Republican Party has never been stronger. The grassroots energy and enthusiasm among voters is historic. Now more than ever, we need to unify and push forward towards a RED WAVE in 2022 and then retake the White House. We can only do it together as one movement. #WeThePeople
— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) May 11, 2021
There is zero question that after this election Republicans are more unified than Democrats. https://t.co/CGqJg0Ed4y
— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) November 6, 2020
If the GOP takes back the House or the Senate, or even both, the Biden Administration is dead in the water.