In what may be the most important midterm elections in U.S. history, the Democratic Party is in a panic as it prepares to defend its narrow House majority in 2022.
With Joe Biden’s Marxist party dramatically trying to deconstruct the U.S. via open borders, tyrannical COVID mandates, and currently attempting to pass 3.5T a “human infrastructure” spending bill, a GOP victory would bring the democratic radical agenda to a screeching halt.
According to an ABC News/Washington Post poll released Sunday Republicans currently have the largest lead in the generic congressional ballot they have had since 1981.
“As things stand, if the midterm elections were today, 51 percent of registered voters say they’d support the Republican candidate in their congressional district, 41 percent the Democrat,” reads a press release from Langer Research, which conducted the poll for ABC News/Washington Post.
While still a year out from November 2022, the Democratic Party’s issues are troublesome; soaring economic discontent, Biden is 12 percentage points underwater in job approval, and 62% believe sense the party is out of touch with the concerns of most Americans.
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Independents, who are expected to be the deciding votes, support the GOP candidate by a 50-32 percent margin. A notable change considering the fact they voted +12 points for the Democratic Party in the 2018 elections, which were the most recent midterm election.
New WaPo poll: Biden approval sinks to 38% (new low), GOP leads in generic ballot by TEN points (51 to 41) among registered voters. https://t.co/teNHqtoTsR
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) November 14, 2021
The poll also shows widespread concerns about the economy among Americans. With inflation running at a 30-year high, 70% of Americans say the U.S. economy is in bad shape.
Biden’s approval rating has also fallen in the poll to 41%. A significant drop from a recent CNN poll which showed his overall approval rating at 48%. Independent voters give Biden just 35% approval.
When polled last month by a progressive group, only half of the black voters said their lives had improved under President Biden. A second Democratic-funded firm found that among new voters who backed Mr. Biden in 2020 in competitive states, nearly one-third now thought it would be good if Republicans took over Congress.