But when you go further into the numbers, it gets even worse for the Dems. Republicans have massive seven-point advantage in the overall ballot, but when the poll is weighted for people who are more likely to vote this Nov, that stretches to a huge 13 points. That is so horrific for the Den Party that I’m not even sure what that would be like. Really, it is hard to game out.
Remember that GOP members have won big elections while having only a two- or three-point lead on the overall ballot. What will a 13-point lead mean if that’s anywhere close to the real number of election day? A 60+ seat, when the gap is just nine seats? Winning 54 Senate seats? Sweeping GOP members into power at a level not seen in many generations?
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