A CBS poll this week showed that Republicans are gaining ground in the congressional generic ballot despite lower gas prices, abortion restrictions increasing, and Biden proclaiming that inflation was "zero" last month (it was actually 8.5%).
The two parties were tied in the generic ballot in April, but in August, Republicans led Democrats 47% to 45%.
A net gain of five seats is needed for Republicans to retake the majority, and they are widely expected to make that gain with no problems.
Breitbart has also said that more districts are leaning Republican as the election draws closer.
The official projection says that Republicans will win between 12 and 35 seats, way more than enough for a strong majority.
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