29% Approval-Tax Cuts Buoy Republicans, but They’re Swimming Against an Undertow
Note to GOP When you have to go back to the an election from months ago and you have lost every election since then you’re in denial!
Mr. Stivers acknowledged the partisan preferences of voters at the moment were tilting away from Republicans. “Right now there are people that don’t like the president, and they’re expressing it in that way,” he said of the generic ballot. But he suggested that voters uneasy with the president are still willing to support Republican congressional candidates, pointing to the Atlanta-area special House election the party won earlier this year despite a massive influx of money for the Democrats.