The midterm elections are less than a month away, and every contest will have an impact on the local and national scenes in ways that could be detrimental to the nation as a whole.
President Joe Biden is as unpopular as ever, according to polls, and there are a lot of seats available for grabs. With the projection calling for red victory, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is now expected to lose strength. Pelosi’s oppressive rule will come to an end if the Republicans see a wave in the House.
All seats in the House of Representatives are up for election, and a record number of incumbents, mostly Democrats, are not running.
According to a Newsweek article from earlier this year, at least 30 Democratic House members are stepping down or choosing not to run, and eight of them are seeking other positions, compared to just 13 Republican House members and seven other positions.
All signs point to a massive red tsunami descending in November, but if you watched the mainstream liberal media, you wouldn’t know it.
In the majority of the primaries, Republicans backed by Trump easily defeated their rivals, demonstrating a sizable red base ahead of the midterm elections. Few stories address the issue. Instead of emphasizing Trump’s accomplishments, the liberal media is fixating on the frenzied attempts to undermine him through investigations.
The economy, prices, and the border crisis, which has recently gained attention thanks to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis exposing blue hypocrisy, are all getting worse, according to polls, and blue governors are also receiving less support.
It’s likely that the media is slanting stories to prevent people from voting because indicators indicate to significant changes in both red and blue states, but it isn’t reflected in the liberal media’s coverage.
That tactic is unlikely to deter voters from the polls because America is eager for change.
A recent poll now indicates that voters prefer a Republican candidate than a Democrat. Additionally, it is not the first election in which the two have fought.
451 potential voters in the Eleventh Congressional District of New York made up the sample size for the survey, which was conducted from September 27 to September 30. There was a margin of error of 5.2% as well.
After unseating him in the 2020 election, Republican Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (NY) is leading her Democrat opponent, former Rep. Max Rose (NY).
For the second time, the two are vying for office in New York’s Eleventh Congressional District. Rose is running this time as a former congressman who lost his seat to Malliotakis in the previous election.
Six points separate Malliotakis and Rose in their repeat bout.
49 percent of the 451 likely voters surveyed by Spectrum News and Siena College said they would back Malliotakis, while 43 percent said they would support Rose.
The congresswoman also held a commanding advantage among independents, who are crucial to her chances of winning a second term. According to the study, 62 percent of independents supported the Republican candidate, while only 25 percent supported the Democrat.
Rose attacked the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), the organization that was trying to assist him retake his former seat, earlier this year.
A video of the former congressman criticizing the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and initiatives similar to the one he is now a part of surfaced after the DCCC announced that Rose and other “top-tier candidates” would be on the initial roster for its “Red to Blue” program, which aims to give them a helping hand in getting elected in difficult races.
“Now, when it comes to national Democrats, they’re not going to win this race either. They can only lose it. Time and again, they come into this race with their high-powered consultants and absolutely no knowledge of what’s going on,” Rose said of the committee attempting to “assist” run his race.
With regard to presidential figures, the survey also puts the Republican candidate’s support into context.
Additionally, even though a majority of Democrats said they would vote for Malliotakis despite the fact that Joe Biden’s approval rating was low (58 percent). Nevertheless, 74 percent continued to say they would support Rose.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Furthermore, when the respondents were asked about their concerns, economic issues were at the top with 65 percent showing concern, while the running up of crime was at 42 percent. At the bottom of the list was abortion, with only 16 percent saying they were concerned. Breitbart reports. CONTINUE READING…