Buckle up, Dems — it’s gonna be a bumpy ride as 2014 Republican wave builds

Republicans lead Democrats by six points, 50 percent to 44 percent, on the generic congressional ballot among likely voters in a new ABC/Washington Post poll released one week from election day.

Democrats have a five-point edge among women, 49 percent to 44 percent, but the GOP has a 17-point lead among men, 56 percent to 39 percent. Republicans are also winning independent likely voters by 17 points, 54 percent to 37 percent.

Illustrating the turnout problem Democrats could have as election day approaches and early voting is already underway in a number of states, Democrats actually have a three-point advantage on the congressional ballot question among a broader pool of registered voters.

Republicans appear to be buoyed by the sputtering approval ratings of President Obama. His approval rating stands at 43 percent in the poll, compared to 51 percent of voters who disapprove. Disapproval of Mr. Obama also rises to 56 percent among those deemed likeliest to vote.

6 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • I Seigel says:

    I know everyone here is excited about the expected gains that Republicans are about to make. I doubt those predictions are very much in dispute.
    But I’m curious what the Republican agenda will be next year. We’ve heard very little, except that Obama must go and Obama is an evil Muslim dictator.
    McConnell admits that it’s very unlikely that they’ll spend time on an Obamacare repeal vote, other than to satisfy the base. But there is no realistic plan to replace it with anything. The number one concern Americans have this year is jobs. And I’ve heard very little on what plans Republicans have for stimulating jobs, other than cut cut cut taxes, social programs, military, regulations, etc. But nothing about infrastructure hiring or a grand bipartisan plan to revise the tax code.
    So maybe even more gridlock than exists now, which seems pretty impossible but a definite possibility

  • CharlieSeattle says:

    Democrat’s up for re-election can save themselves very easily.
    >> I am …dead serious!

    Band together and file charges of treason, obstruction of justice, malfeasance, incompetence and dereliction of duty on behalf of the American people and the Constitution against Prez. Obama, Eric Holder, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi!

    …Or force them all to resign by November 2, 2014 En masse. I don’t really care which.

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> JUST ..MAKE ..IT ..HAPPEN <<<<<<<<<<<<<<

    American patriots that love the rule of law and the Constitution will cheer from coast to coast. Take a National Poll on this! You know it will be received enthusiastically!

    Better get out from under 'dat bus Obama threw you all under and get busy! Time is running out fast!

    1. I Seigel says:

      Brilliant! The Dems can file those charges, get re-elected, and right after the election they can drop the charges! Brilliant! I love it!! You’re a genius!

  • I Seigel says:

    I’m curious to know why this is such good news. I’m sure everyone here thinks this is great and all, but why? You’re convinced the dems are big cheaters and will steal this election, just like they stole the last one. So why get all excited over this news now?

    1. CharlieSeattle says:

      …why get all excited?

      The wider margin in favor of the Republican’s just might put the election outside the margin of Democratic Election Fraud.

      1. I Seigel says:

        WHAT?!?!?! There’s a Republican in Seattle?!?!? OMG!!

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