Gee. Who would have thought that?
The last pre-election polls of the 2010 midterm election hold some promise for Senate Republicans anxious to get rid of a Democratic majority in their chamber.
National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman John Cornyn on Sunday threw some cold water on the idea that Republicans could win the 10 seats required to win back the majority on Tuesday. But looking at the current state of toss-up races, it’s not outside the realm of possibility.
And indeed, some late polling numbers in key states suggests that, as undecided voters begin to make their decisions, they might be tilting (ever so slightly) toward the GOP.
Here’s a state-by-state look at the final polling in the seven key states – six of which Republicans would need to retake the majority: [...]
It only took the marxist-sociopaths to wake people up. I wonder where these people have been?
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