GOP looking stronger in down ballot races

Washington Post:
One poll number should particularly buoy the GOP

A particular worry in party circles has been that the Trump candidacy might hurt down-ballot races, but the findings on a generic ballot point to the increasing possibility of Republicans keeping the Senate majority.
If the Republicans had nominated anyone besides Trump they would be comfortably ahead at this point, so it should not be that much of a surprise that the voters who elect a GOP congress in 2014 still oppose Obama's agenda and are not eager to see Hillary getting away with the same crap in a "third term."


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