House Republicans hold a strong lead in two major polls in the months leading up to the November midterm elections.
“The RealClearPolitics average showed the Republicans with a four-point lead. The average kept by RealClearPolitics shows the Republicans with 47.6 percent of the hypothetical vote and the Democrats with 43.6 percent of the hypothetical vote,” Breitbart News reported.
“The FiveThirtyEight average showed the Republicans with a 1.9 percent lead. The average kept by FiveThirtyEight shows the Republicans with 44.5 percent of the hypothetical vote and the Democrats with 42.6 percent of the hypothetical vote,” the report added.
A year before the 2022 midterm elections, Republicans hold a clear early lead on the congressional ballot as President Joe Biden’s approval rating sinks to a new low of 38%. https://t.co/VGvIKmBSTx
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 7, 2021
In the 50-50 tied Senate, Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker holds a three-point lead over Warnock.
Newest GA Senate poll has Walker up +3 over Warnock: https://t.co/ddtHnFVzWT
— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) February 4, 2022
This key match-up could be the difference in whether Republicans can also win power back in the Senate.
All signs are looking strong for a red wave in November to help stop the flow of radical Democrat legislation moving forward during the Biden administration.