With four days to go before the midterm elections, many voters believe that the Democratic Party will lose its majority in Congress. Five out of ten Americans believe that the Republican Party will gain control of the House of Representatives, while only two out of ten believe that the Democratic Party will maintain its legislative power.
According to a Trafalgar Group poll, 50.2% think the GOP will win the midterm elections and take control of the House of Representatives and the Senate, compared to 19.5% who think the Democratic Party will manage to hold on to the majority. 30.3% think that each party will have control in one of the chambers.
Approximately half of Democratic voters (46.9%) are losing hope for this election and believe that the GOP will win a majority in at least one of the two legislative houses. This is more than the 41.2% who think their party will maintain control in both the House and the Senate. On the other hand, 84.6% of Republican supporters and 52.8% of independents predict that Republicans will take over both the Senate and House of Representatives.
The Democratic Party fails to convince voters
The majority of Americans (65.9%) believe that Joe Biden and the Democratic Party's candidates have not won their vote. Their approach as well as the measures they want to implement have not been well received by voters.
According to the Trafalgar Group poll, 28.5% of Democratic Party supporters believe that their candidates have not won over their support. On the other hand, 96% of Republican Party voters rate the Democrats' election campaign negatively.
Biden and his candidates have yet to convince independents. 75.4% of this group think the Democratic Party has not done enough to win over their support in the midterm elections.