Good for Congressional Democrats….
President Biden slides back down…..
Republicans have lost their lead on the generic congressional ballot ahead of November’s midterm elections, according to a new USA Today-Suffolk University poll released on Tuesday.
The survey shows Democrats narrowly leading Republicans on the generic ballot, 39 percent to 37 percent, marking a major shift from the GOP’s previous 8-point lead in a November USA Today-Suffolk University poll. The Democrats’ lead falls with the poll’s 3.1 percentage margin of error.
However, according to the latest poll’s findings, Republicans are necessarily not hemorrhaging support to Democrats — rather more Republicans said they were undecided. Undecided voters ticked up 16 percent to 24 percent from November to January….
|Tuesday, January 4|
|Race/Topic (Click to Sort)||Poll||Results||Spread|
|President Biden Job Approval||Rasmussen Reports||Approve 40, Disapprove 58||Disapprove +18|
|President Biden Job Approval||USA Today/Suffolk||Approve 40, Disapprove 54||Disapprove +14|
|President Biden Job Approval||CNBC/Change Research (D)||Approve 44, Disapprove 56||Disapprove +12|
|2022 Generic Congressional Vote||CNBC/Change Research (D)||Republicans 44, Democrats 45||Democrats +1|
|2022 Generic Congressional Vote||USA Today/Suffolk||Republicans 37, Democrats 39||Democrats +2|