POLL: Republicans are Likely to Take Back the United States House
According to a new CBS News Battleground Tracker, Republicans are favored to take back the House in the 2022 midterm elections.
The CBS poll has the expected partisan balance standing at 230 Republicans and 205 Democrats.
Press TV noted that in the present “Democrats hold a thin majority of 220 seats to 211 of the GOP.”
In addition, the poll demonstrated that Democrats are frustrated with the current state of their party and are less enthusiastic about voting than their Republican rivals.
43% of Republicans and 16% of Democrats indicated that they feel that House Democrats have not followed through with their campaign promises.
67% of Democratic voters indicated that congressional Democrats have carried out “some” of those promises, and 17% believe they’ve followed through on “most or all.”
68% of Republicans and 7% of Democrats believe that congressional Republicans are fighting for their interests in DC.
Only 50% of polled voters expressed their enthusiasm for turning out in the 2022 midterms.
As for president Joe Biden, himself, 64% indicated that they don’t want Biden to run for re-election in 2024, which includes 28% of Democrats.
Press TV also pointed to a recent poll by Emerson College, which showed Trump beating Biden by two points — 45% to 43% — if the presidential elections were held in the present.
Overall, Republicans are poised to have solid performances in the 2022 elections. The question is will a solid portion of America First Republicans be elected this time around?
That remains to be seen.
If conventional Republicans largely get elected, we can only expect more of the same — non-stop mass migration, never-ending wars, and the continuation of the Civil Rights Revolution. Let’s hope the right types of Republicans get elected.
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