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Gallup: Average Mid-Term losses 36 Seats for Presidents with Approval below 50%

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That would make it D-219, R-215.  if this were an average election, which it is not. But don’t despair.  The article later goes on to remind us that Bill Clinton, who had a 46% approval rating and was enjoying the prosperity of the dot com boom with a gangbuster economy at the time LOST 53 seats. Plus, this Congress enjoys an 11% approval rating and is rife with one corruption scandal after another and has the recent history of not only ignoring the will of the people, but taunting us as well. Obama enjoyed 62% approval among independents when he first took office.  That number has slipped to just north of 38% , a stunning 24% drop, as the ill informed realize that they’ve been taken in by a confidence man through the fawning support of a biased media. A repeat of the 194 housecleaning would make it D-202, R-231.  My gut tells me it may even be more dramatic than that, but I’ll take those

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Gallup: Average Mid-Term losses 36 Seats for Presidents with Approval below 50%

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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