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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Republicans Pull Even in Generic Congressional Ballot

This just in from Rasmussen Reports...Republicans and Democrats are now even in the natioal Congressional generic ballot test. The test is a key indicator of partisan strength among voters.

Specifically, Rasmussen finds that 40% of Americans would today vote for a Democrat candidate for Congress, while 39% would vote for a Republican candidate, a statistical tie. Last November, Democrats led in the generic ballot test by 7%.

The narrowing in the generic ballot test comes as Democrats have become increasingly identified with the expensive, pork-laden "stimulus" bill moving through Congress.

Rasmussen: Latest generic Congressional ballot numbers

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