Republicans are dominating in hypothetical polls, which means America can soon say "good riddance" to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"A generic Republican candidate maintains a five-point lead over a generic Democrat, the same lead as the previous week," according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.
"As Republicans look to retake control of Congress in the 2022 midterm elections — only 74 days away — the most recent Rasmussen Reports survey showed that 47 percent of likely U.S. voters would elect a Republican, compared to the 42 percent who said they would vote for the Democrat, giving the GOP the same five-point lead as the previous week," reported Breitbart.
"In this poll, the Republican party has a double-digit advantage (ten points) with independents over Democrats. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, 42 percent said they would vote for the GOP candidate, while only 32 percent said they would vote for the Democrat candidate," reported Breitbart.
In addition, 27 percent of black voters and 46 percent of other minority groups said they would vote for the Republican candidate if the election occurred today.
"Furthermore, there is a difference in voter intensity between the parties, with 86 percent of Republican voters saying they would vote for their own party’s congressional candidate and only 80 percent of Democrats saying the same thing," reported Breitbart.
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