No wonder the January 6th democrat fundraiser is in high gear.
The Trafalgar Group is very accurate in its polling. It found 55.7% of voters prefer a Republican candidate in the upcoming congressional races. 42.2% prefer a Democrat.
Let me put that in perspective.
Remember the 2010 congressional races when the Tea Party flipped 63 seats for Republicans, which gave them their largest majority in decades?
Republicans received 51.7% of the votes overall. Democrats got 44.9%. That was a 6.8-point gap.
This is a 13.5-point gap. For those who have to take off their shoes to count past 10, that is double the gap of 2010.
The 1994 gap was also 6.8-points.
You have to go back to 1946 -- when Republicans gained 55 seats to end 16 years of Democrat rule -- to find a bigger gap.
We all know the reason. Biden. He has had the worst first year of a presidency since William Harrison died a month after his inauguration in 1841. He too had a goofball vice president named John Tyler.