The GOP is poised to gain a whopping 70 House seats, maybe even more, when the mid-terms come around. Most Americans are sick and tired of Democrats and their disasters. Every time they go to the grocery store, voters get more sticker shock, while radical socialists call for more inflationary spending. The Democrat formula adds up to oblivion. Just ask any Venezuelan.
GOP could gain control
There is a really good chance that the Republican party could retake control of the House in the 2022 mid-terms. Voters favor generic Republicans “by a historic margin.”
The beltway pundits who track these things are predicting “the largest gain in House seats in the modern voting era.” They blame inflation weary voters who are “underwhelmed” by Joe Biden and his abject failures.
The disastrous news for the palace was put out by Rasmussen Reports in the form of a survey. The latest numbers show “likely voters favor Republicans over Democrats by 13 points, 51%-38%.”
The only ones who like Democrats, these days, are “younger voters, black people, Democrats, and liberals.” It clearly shows conservatives that they can gain a lot of ground if they try.
According to the poll, “there is a huge 20-point gap among independents who would choose a generic Republican over a generic Democrat by a margin of 48%-26%.
That statistic indicates the biggest gain on the GOP side comes from independent voters. Instead of sitting on the fence, they’re choosing a side. Republican.
Some different questions
Rasmussen admits that the questions in this most recent poll are “a bit different” in phrasing than they were in past years.
Democrats trying to control the damage note “the gap is apparently historic and even stronger because the latest survey offered the alternatives of ‘some other candidate’ and ‘not sure.'” That doesn’t explain away the potential gain in House seats though.
The question itself was the same. “If the elections for Congress were held today would you vote for the Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate?” The number of “other” and “not sure” answers weren’t enough to matter statistically.
That will translate into the big gain next year. The Red tsunami is starting to curl into a pipeline for Republicans to surf into victory.
Newt Gingrich crawled out from under the rock he was hiding under, to predict that Republicans will pick up somewhere between 40-70 seats this time around.
The recent off year election in Virginia backs it up. The expected result would “top the 63-seat gain by Republicans in 2010, the height of the Tea Party movement and the highest for both parties since 1948.”