Monday, August 16, 2010

Republicans Up by 7 in Gallup Polls

 The GOP has moved into a firm lead, according to Gallup's polling for the Fall election. According to its 2010 polls, it's the largest lead that the Republican party has ever received in a midterm generic ballot.

Republican Party: 50%
Democratic Party: 43%
Other/und: 7%

With the Republicans at 50%, it effectively means that the Democrats cannot make up the differents with just undecided voters. It also means that the GOP advantage may be larger because the Gallup poll only asked registered voters, not just those most likely to vote like Rasmussen does. Rasmussen has the GOP up by a shocking 12%.

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