FOX Business host Larry Kudlow gives his take on a poll showing voters favor GOP candidates on ‘Kudlow.’
MAGA policies may be out according to Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and every other Democrat who are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on negative campaign ads aimed at Republican candidates this summer, but according to a recent eye-opening poll, those very same policies are very much in, as far as common-sense Americans are concerned.
Hold on to your hats for this one. An ABC News/Washington Post poll of registered voters shows that Republicans are 21 points up against Democrats in battleground districts across the country. That's right, 21 points and these aren't even likely voters. They are registered voters and many key pollsters think Republican voters don't even want to answer polling surveys because the FBI might take their cellphones away.
Looking at just races rated at least somewhat competitive by ABC’s FiveThirtyEight model, voters favor GOP candidates 55% to 34%. Overall, by the way, the likely voter subheading showed a 51-46 Republican-Democratic split and here's the actual most important key message in this poll. The GOP is favored in three of the four issues rated most important by voters: the economy (considered important by (84%), education (77%), inflation (76%) and crime (69%).
On the economy, the GOP is plus-16, on inflation plus-19, and on crime plus-14. Democrats have a plus-6 for education and schools, although frankly I don't see how that's possible with the growing populist support for parental rights in their kids' education. Historically, when a president's approval is less than 50% (and Joe Biden is way below that. Actually, 42% in the latest Rasmussen poll) his party has lost an average of 37 seats.
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