REPORT: Republicans Leading In Competitive Congressional Districts As Midterms Approach

New polling indicates that with the midterms now just a few weeks away, Republicans have an advantage in competitive congressional districts.

This is a complete reversal from the narrative that Democrats and the media tried to advance over the summer.

It looks as though the GOP is going to retake the House and possibly by a significant margin.

The Hill reports:

Republicans have edge in competitive congressional districts: survey

Republicans are leading in competitive congressional districts with less than four weeks left until Election Day, according to a new CNN poll released on Thursday.

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Among likely voters in competitive districts, 48 percent said they would support the Republican candidate, while 43 percent said they would support the Democrat, according to the poll.

While Democrats led Republicans among all likely voters in the poll regardless of district — 50 percent to 47 percent — competitive districts represent tight races and key opportunities for the GOP to pick up seats. In a tightly split Congress, Republicans need only pick up five House seats to take control of the lower chamber.

Republicans also led Democrats among those who say they are extremely motivated to vote this year, with 52 percent of registered Republicans and 46 percent of registered Democrats saying they are particularly motivated, the poll found.

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This lead expands among voters in competitive districts, with 55 percent of registered Republicans saying they are extremely motivated to head to the polls, compared to 45 percent of Democrats.

It’s a bit ironic that this is a CNN poll.

The country is ready for big changes.

Democrats are simply not responding on the issues that matter most to voters.


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