This poll should be looked at a strong indication of it’s results since it included a huge sample of 65,000 adults….
It is another clue pointing to Republican problems coming in the November midterm elections….
The move is motivated by concerns about healthcare a topic that Republicans are now quiet about after pushing a unsuccessful repeal effort last year….
Obamacare signup’s for this year have been about the same as last year….
White college graduates over the age of 60 now favorite Democrats over Republicans for Congress by a 2-point margin. The same group favored Republicans by 10 percentage points during the same polling period in 2016.
The 12-point swing toward Democrats is one of the largest the Reuters/Ipsos poll has measured over two years.
The trend will likely harm Republican chances of keeping majority in the House during the November midterm elections, analysts said.
“The real core for the Republicans is white, older white, and if they’re losing ground there, they’re going to have a tsunami,” said Larry Sabato, a University of Virginia political scientist, told Reuters. “If that continues to November, they’re toast.”….