January 25, 2010


Republicans Take Lead in Generic Ballot

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Republicans lead Democrats in the generic congressional ballot, 45% to 42%.

"Their advantage is a function of the same formula that has brought them victories in Virginia, New Jersey, and Massachusetts of late: a double digit lead with independents (43-31), and a slightly more unified party base (87% of GOP voters say they'll support their party compared to 84% of Democrats.)"










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