Republican Party Favorability Highest in Seven Years


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Pretty amazing considering the constant negative press.

Dems may have to start focuing on real issues since they seem to be shooting blanks with War on Women, LGBTQ.… and GOP are Fascists.


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Now is the time to nationalize the election. Spend money advertising the economic gains over the last 18 months.


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From the OP article:

For the Republican Party, less than two months away from an election that could see them lose control of both the House and the Senate, gains in public favorability are a welcome sign. The party has been wallowing in favorable ratings below 40% for most of the last five years after rarely sinking that low in the previous two decades.

No matter how much or how little party favorability affects elections, the fact that Republicans are more likely to view their party favorably than a year ago can be considered a positive indicator for the party, particularly if a more positive image boosts Republican turnout.


Mark Levin with Gov. Matt Bevin on the coming midterm elections last night


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https://www.nationalreview.com/news/brett-kavanaugh-confirmation-process-hurts-claire-mccaskill-with-voters/

Notably, 47 percent of women said the Kavanaugh process had made them less likely to vote for McCaskill compared to 42 percent who said the opposite.


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https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2018/10/01/poll-did-claire-mccaskill-shoot-herself-in-the-foot-with-women-voters-by-opposing-kavanaugh-n2524454


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You reap what you sow.The leftist dems have hit an all time low with their smear campaign against Kavanaugh.Couple this with their relentless attacks on everyrhing Trump.The American people have had enough.I just pray the ballot box reflect such sentiments in November :pray:


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