Well, of course, you’re not seeing it reported much – and even Politico, which put this story out, minimizes it by just throwing into a list of stories – but the polls are tightening and momentum is on the side of the GOP.
Republicans are looking to be in much better shape than just a week ago and may be on the cusp of holding the House and keeping the Senate.
Note that this is occurring as President Trump steps up his touring of the country and emphasizes illegal immigration, which is important to voters but that the press merely casts as racist fearmongering.
You are being told that by listening to Trump, you are racist, misogynist, haters of gay people, angry, and fearful.
Well, maybe you are a little angry and fearful. Given the direction of the country, you have every right to be. But you are not haters. People proudly wear the “deplorable” label because they get that the Left and the press do not understand their fellow Americans and the goodness of people who are trying to protect the very thing that made this nation great.
Here’s Politico on its own latest survey:
According to the poll, 43 percent of registered voters would vote for the Democratic congressional candidate in their district — only slightly more than the 40 percent who would vote for the Republican candidate. Eighteen percent of registered voters are undecided.
Among those who say they are very likely to vote or have already voted, Democrats lead by 4 percentage points, 47 percent to 43 percent.
That’s a slightly smaller edge for Democrats than other public polls conducted in the immediate run-up to the election, but it fits an overall trend of modest tightening on the general ballot.
In an ABC News/Washington Post poll conducted Oct. 29-Nov. 1, Democrats led by 7 points among registered voters and 8 points among likely voters, down from 11 points and 13 points in October, respectively.
An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, conducted Nov. 1-3, found Democrats ahead by 6 points among registered voters and 7 points among likely voters, down from 7 points and 9 points, respectively, in October.
The POLITICO/Morning Consult poll was conducted in between those two surveys, from Oct. 30-Nov. 2. Democrats’ 3-point lead among all registered voters is down from an 8-point lead in the previous poll, which was conducted Oct. 25-30.