Democrats in Big Trouble with “Likely Voters” in latest Gallup Poll … Double Digit Lead for GOP


There is a storm on the horizon for democrats for the 2010 midterm elections and it is called “LIKELY VOTERS”.

According to the most recent Gallup poll, Republicans have a small lead with registered voters; however, it is the “likely voters” where the GOP has a commanding lead over Democrats. With a high or low voter turnout with likely voters, Republicans have a double digit lead, 13% to 18% lead over Democrats.

YIKES!!! Democrats got an early Halloween present from Gallup and it is frightening, it truly is the scary season.

Isn’t it interesting that the closer we get to the 2010 midterm elections, Gallup is refining their polls to more reflect what should be the outcome of the elections. After all, no polling firm whats to look like a homer and have bad data. They are starting to look at likely vs. the usual registered that they report. Polling data is about who is going to be motivated to vote, not who just might be registered. Many races do not reflect the enthusiasm gap that exists between the GOP and Democrats.

There are going to be a lot of shocked individuals the night of November 2, 2010 as voter enthusiasm will win the day.

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  • Comments

    6 Responses to “Democrats in Big Trouble with “Likely Voters” in latest Gallup Poll … Double Digit Lead for GOP”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on October 5th, 2010 10:50 am

      It is interesting to see the polling firms make needed adjustments to their methods of data gathering and reporting.

      The people are awake and the Democrats will take a licking like never before. The November elections will be a change that will make 1994 look like rain shower as compared to a monsoon.

    2. jodyo on October 5th, 2010 12:46 pm

      Are the polls factoring in all the Democrat fraud that will take place? There will be even more than the normal amount they perpetrate in every election. Any close race will end up in the Democrat column. (AS USUAL) Soros isn’t wasting his $ buying ads for Democrats; he’s buying fraudulent votes this election.

    3. Jersey McJones on October 5th, 2010 3:51 pm

      39.Party identification and preferences vary widely from state to state, region to region. While the GOP holds a significant advantage in the South, it does not in the Northeast and the West Coast, with the Mid-West a toss-up. The nation is historically more geo-politically stratified than in quite some time.

      Therefore, the Democrats are not in nearly the “big trouble” you may think they’re in.


    4. NGBoston on October 5th, 2010 6:43 pm

      Spam Monster ate my post. Can SM pls rescue?


    5. Scott on October 6th, 2010 6:55 am

      #3 you are the typical liberal in LA LA Land! I hope your trip was good…LOL!

      You are dreaming there…the Democrats are in big trouble..big time…and I’ve got proof. Steny Hoyer who is from my district and is thought of as a shoe-in to win is now in trouble as Charles Lollar is gaining traction. Steny was at my local fair this week trying to drum up support because he KNOWS he will be in a fight.

    6. NGBoston on October 7th, 2010 8:16 am

      Here is a good article explaining a major factor that will assist in voting DEMS our of office:

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