House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and the Democrat Party were hoping to see a boost in support following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, but a recent Rasmussen Reports poll has killed off any hopes of that coming to life.
A new Rasmussen Reports poll released on Friday found that Republicans hold a five-point generic ballot lead which is down three points from before the Roe decision.
Republicans were leading Democrats on a generic ballot 48% to 40% prior to the Roe decision. Democrats hoped those results would flip, but that hasn't happened so far.
Democrats need more than a slight dip in support to catch up to Republicans before the November midterm elections.
President Joe Biden is the most unpopular President in modern history and the economy is threatening to slip into a recession. If that happens, Republicans are going to quickly regain the three points they lost in the past week.
For Nancy Pelosi and the Democrat Party, the future is grim and there is no hope in sight. Democrats are likely doomed in November, which is a nightmare for President Biden and the last two years of his term.
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