Photo Credit: The Daily Signal Signaling Democrats could be hurtling toward a crushing defeat Nov. 4, a new poll shows voters angry about the way things are going — with 74 percent dissatisfied with the way America’s being governed — and 53 percent unhappy with President Barack Obama’s job performance.
According to the CNN/ORC International Poll, 30 percent of Americans are “very angry” and 38 percent “somewhat angry” about where the United States is headed, with 31 feeling “no anger.”
But it’s that segment of very angry voters that should be concerning for Democrats ahead of next week’s vote: polling director Keating Holland notes the anger level matches the America’s mood in 2010 when Republicans took over the House, CNN reports.
Holland said 36 percent of Republicans say they’re “extremely” or “very enthusiastic” about voting this year, though only 26 percent of Democrats use those words to describe their enthusiasm level.
“That 10 point difference is certain to affect turnout and hurt Democrats’ chances in marginal districts,” Holland said about House races on the ballot.
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