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Election 2010: GOP Lead over Dems on Generic Ballot Greatest since Voter Tracking Began in 1942, New Poll Says

(Princeton, NJ) — August 31, 2010. A wave election it’s not–it’s a tsunami. According to a new Gallup poll, the 2010 Republican lead in congressional voting preference is twice that of 1994. Twice. Republicans lead by 51% to 41% among registered voters in Gallup weekly tracking of 2010 congressional voting preferences. The 10-percentage-point lead is … Continue reading »

Democrats Now Lead GOP by 6 Points, New Poll Says

(Chicago, IL) — July 19, 2010. Some good news for beleaguered Democrats. Finally. According to a new Gallup poll, Democrats now lead GOP by six-points in the 2010 congressional elections. In the same week that the U.S. Senate passed a major financial reform bill touted as reining in Wall Street, Democrats pulled ahead of Republicans, … Continue reading »

Illinois Governor 2010 Elections: Bill Brady’s Campaign Against Pat Quinn Stalls, New Poll Reveals

(Chicago, IL) — June 10, 2010. Despite going up early with his own television ads in the Chicago media market, ads from a GOP governor’s group, and relentlessly bad budget news from Springfield, State Senator Bill Brady‘s campaign against Governor Pat Quinn has stalled, according to a new poll. Fortunately for Brady, he has stalled … Continue reading »

Elections 2010: Anti-Incumbent Moods Exceeds 1994 Levels; Tea Party Support Erodes, New Poll Says

(Washington, D.C.) — June 8, 2010. Americans’ foul political mood is deepening and spreading. It is tainting both Democrats and Republicans and is even souring on Tea Party types. However, its wrath is especially focused on incumbents, according to a new poll. A fresh survey by The Washington Post-ABC News says voter support for U.S. … Continue reading »

Elections 2010: Enthusiastic GOP Voters Fall by 9 Pts, New Poll Says

(Princeton, NJ) – May 6, 2010. It may be premature to draw a definitive conclusion, but the Republicans’ political momentum seems to be stalling. According to a new Gallup poll: Republican registered voters’ enthusiasm about voting in this year’s midterm elections has declined significantly in recent weeks. As a result, Republicans’ advantage over Democrats on … Continue reading »

2010 Elections: Democratic Party Image Hits a Nearly 20-Year Low, Poll Says

(Princenton, NJ) — April 8, 2010. The Democratic Party slide continues. Its image is scraping the bottom of an 18-year low, according to a new Gallup poll released today. Americans’ favorable rating of the Democratic Party dropped to 41% in a late March USA Today/Gallup poll, the lowest point in the 18-year history of this … Continue reading »

Illinois 2010 Elections: Anti-Incumbent Sentiment in 2010 at 1994 Levels, New Pew Poll Says

(Chicago, IL) — November 13, 2009. Americans are pissed. Incumbents are in trouble. And Independents are breaking towards Republicans as the 2010 elections approach. It’s morning in America–circa 1994. Approximately 2/3rds of Americans think the country is on the wrong track. At least 9 out 10 say economic conditions in the country are fair or … Continue reading »

2010 Elections: Voters Back Republicans over Democrats as 2010 Elections Approach, New Gallup Poll Says

(Princeton, NJ) — November 11, 2009. Republicans have surged passed Democrats as the 2010 congressional elections loom, according to a new Gallup poll. Not good news for national–or Illinois Democrats. Registered voters in Gallup’s new poll on the generic congressional ballot for the 2010 House elections has Republicans besting Democrats 48% to 44%, after being … Continue reading »

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