Georgia by 11%, Pennsylvania by 5% – Republicans Now Lead Democrats in 6 Key Battleground States


"The Economy" continues as "Top Concern" for voters just weeks ahead of crucial Mid-Terms

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — With Early Voting already underway in approximately 25 States, and with less than two and a half weeks until the Mid-Term Elections, President Joe Biden’s approval ratings continue to sag nationwide – and most crucially appear to be impacting down-ballot races in six key battleground states where Republicans are establishing a lead in their battle for control of Congress. Those are the movements reflected in Rasmussen Reports latest state-by-state results after surveying "Likely U.S. Voters" for months.

As compiled by Rasmussen Reports after more than six weeks of Telephone & Online Surveys of "Likely U.S. Voters," last week's findings show:

  1. Republicans are ahead on the "Generic Congressional Ballot" question in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania & Wisconsin, and
  2. In those states, President Biden's "Disapproval" Ratings seem insurmountable:
    • In Arizona 56% "Disapprove" of Biden's job performance as president
    • In Georgia 56% "Disapprove" of his performance
    • 52% "Disapprove"in Michigan
    • 55% "Disapprove"in Ohio and
    • 56% "Disapprove" of Biden's job as president in Wisconsin

The "Generic Ballot" question is a crucial metric for the Mid-Term Elections – “If the elections for Congress were held today, would you vote for the Republican candidate or for the Democratic candidate?”

Rasmussen Reports has been asking this question nationally of "Likely Voters" for months, and the state-by-state results are collected from recent surveys as described below.

Arizona: Republicans lead Democrats by a 3% margin, 47%-44% on the generic ballot question
 
  • 56% disapprove of Biden's performance, including
    • 46% who Strongly Disapprove
  • 41% of voters approve of Biden's job performance as president, including
    • 21% who Strongly Approve
  • 67% think the country is on the wrong track, while
  • 26% say it's headed in the right direction
Georgia: Republicans lead Democrats by an 11% margin, 50%-39% on the generic ballot question
 
  • 56% disapprove of Biden's performance, including
    • 46% who Strongly Disapprove
  • 41% of voters approve of Biden's job performance as president, including
    • 18% who Strongly Approve
  • 65% think the country is on the wrong track, while
  • 30% say it's headed in the right direction
Michigan: Republicans lead Democrats by a 4% margin, 48%-44% on the generic ballot question
 
  • 52% disapprove of Biden's performance, including
    • 44% who Strongly Disapprove
  • 46% of voters approve of Biden's job performance as president, including
    • 27% who Strongly Approve
  • 61% think the country is on the wrong track, while
  • 33% say it's headed in the right direction
Ohio: Republicans lead Democrats by a 6% margin, 47%-41% on the generic ballot question
 
  • 55% disapprove of Biden's performance, including
    • 45% who Strongly Disapprove
  • 43% of voters approve of Biden's job performance as president, including
    • 21% who Strongly Approve
  • 67% think the country is on the wrong track, while
  • 27% say it's headed in the right direction
Pennsylvania: Republicans lead Democrats by a 5% margin, 48%-43% on the generic ballot question
 
  • 57% disapprove of Biden's performance, including
    • 47% who Strongly Disapprove
  • 41% of voters approve of Biden's job performance as president, including
    • 23% who Strongly Approve
  • 68% think the country is on the wrong track, while
  • 26% say it's headed in the right direction
Wisconsin: Republicans lead Democrats by a 4% margin, 46%-42% on the generic ballot question
 
  • 56% disapprove of Biden's performance, including
    • 46% who Strongly Disapprove
  • 43% of voters approve of Biden's job performance as president, including
    • 22% who Strongly Approve
  • 66% think the country is on the wrong track, while
  • 28% say it's headed in the right direction

Nationwide, Republicans now also hold a 7% lead in their bid to recapture control of Congress.

And despite Democrat's efforts to shift the election narrative to more devisive and contriversial issues such as "Climate Change" and "Abortioin," the economy continues to remain as the "top concern" for voters just weeks ahead of November’s crucial mid-term elections.
 














 
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