Article by Bryan Howard
November 5, 2018
Republicans seem to be surging in the polls at the tail end of polls being conducted. The last Rasmussen Reports poll shows Republicans have taken a lead by 1% in likely voters. This is crucial considering we have a highly contested Congressional House race in the midterms.
The Rasmussen Poll shows the Republican party has 46% of likely voters, while Democrats have 45% of likely voters. Third party received 3% of likely voters, while the remaining 6% were undecided. Last week the polls showed Democrats had a 3% lead over the Republicans.
Rasmussen reported, “Since Rasmussen Reports began the weekly surveying in early May, Democrats have led every week but one until early last month. Following the controversy surrounding the Senate confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Generic Congressional Ballot was tied for two weeks, but then Democrats moved back ahead.”
There is no way to predict how the outcome will be November 6th, but the one thing that is a guarantee is this will be an exciting election night to watch.