A generic Republican candidate currently holds a three-point lead over a generic Democrat.
That's the same figure as the previous week, a good sign for Republicans who want to retake control of Congress in the 2022 midterm elections that are only 88 days away.
It's not the same lead as the ten-point lead Republicans held in July, which is why it's so important that they at least maintained what they had last week.
You don't need to be a math genius to see that they only have 30% of the lead that they did one month ago, so the GOP has to be on their toes.
I'm not saying we thought we were going to coast to an easy red wave, we knew it was going to take hard work and determination. That's exactly what this shows.
Forty-six percent of Americans would currently vote for candidate "Republican" while only 43% would go for candidate "Democrat."
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