Rasmussen – Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 46%, Democrats 36%


More bad polling data for Democrats. As per the most recent Rasmussen poll, Republicans have their greatest advantage in the Generic Congressional ballot since early 2011. Rasmussen has the GOP ahead of Democrats 46% to 36%. Just one week ago Republicans were ahead by 5%.

Republicans, as they have for nearly three years now, continue to lead Democrats on the Generic Congressional Ballot, this time for the week ending Sunday, April 15.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 46% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican in their district’s congressional race if the election were held today, while 36% would choose the Democrat instead. This is the largest gap between the two parties since the beginning of 2011. It also doubles the gap found a week ago when the Republican led by five points, 45% to 40%.

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    One Response to “Rasmussen – Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 46%, Democrats 36%”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on April 17th, 2012 6:11 pm

      The Democrats are hoping that the T.E.A. people have disappeared, but this shows they are very much out there. The licking the Democrats got in 2010 was just a taste of what is going to happen this election.

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