But, more importantly, the polls also show that the Democrats are poised to win rather big.
Growing a spine would probably ensure that, but I have no reason to believe that the Democrats will do so. But it STILL looks like they may win big, jellyfish or not. Apparently, when given a choice a between a jellyfish and Satan, most people prefer the jellyfish.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans are in jeopardy of losing their grip on Congress in November. With less than four months to the midterm elections, the latest Associated Press-Ipsos poll found that Americans by an almost 3-to-1 margin hold the GOP-controlled Congress in low regard and profess a desire to see Democrats wrest control after a dozen years of Republican rule....
Not surprisingly, 81% of self-described liberals said they would vote for the Democrat. Among moderates, though, 56% backed a Democrat in their district and almost a quarter of conservatives — 24% — said they will vote Democratic.