No Signs Of A Wave Election So Far

Chusid, Ron
July 2014
Moderate Voice;7/29/2014, p1
Blog Entry
The article presents an analysis of the findings of a research on the small amount of generic Congressional polling in the U.S. not even a sign of a wave election for 2014. It forecasts a predicted Republican wave based upon President Barack Obama's unpopularity in the polls. It also mentions the good position of Republicans to take control of the Senate without any intervention from the Democrats.


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