In a generic matchup between the two parties, those surveyed were split 43-43 when asked if they would back a Republican or a Democrat on Election Day. This is good news for Democrats and at odds with many other public polls, which have shown Republicans holding a single-digit edge.This is in sharp contrast to Rasmussen's generic ballot, which gives Republicans a 9-point lead. Politico / GW will be coming out with five other polls before November 4th — I'm very interested to see those margins.
Better yet for Democrats, in several key regions with numerous House and Senate seats in play — namely, the Midwest and Northeast — they hold a 5-point advantage, suggesting the party’s congressional fortunes aren’t nearly as grim as the media coverage might suggest.
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