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March 11, 2014


Democrats Take Lead in Generic Ballot

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds Democrats have reclaimed the lead on the generic Congressional ballot, 43% to 40%, after trailing by two points in January. Democrats have poor approval ratings at 35% to 56%, but they're better than Republicans at 23% to 67%.

Also interesting: "One key difference is that Democrats are at least happy with their own party in Congress, giving it a 66/21 approval, while Republicans give their own a negative assessment at 43/48."














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