Republicans lead Democrats on the generic congressional ballot by five points, five points lower than the previous week, on a Rasmussen Reports poll released Friday.
While the Republicans look to retake control of Congress in the 2022 midterm elections — which are only 102 days away — after being in the minority for roughly four years, the most recent Rasmussen Reports survey showed that 46 percent of likely U.S. voters would elect a Republican, compared to the 41 percent who said they would vote for the Democrat.
Thus the Republicans only have a five-piont lead, five less then the previous week when they were up by ten pionts. Five percent said they would vote for another candidate, and the other nine percent said they were unsure.
The Republicans’ five-point lead shows that the party has lost a growing momentum in the polls. However, while there is under four months left until the election, there is still time for the generic ballot to move either way before November. But the Republicans have led the generic ballot all year. (Read more from “Poll: Republicans Lead on Generic Congressional Ballot Shrinks to 5 Points” HERE)
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