Republicans hoping to regain Congress in the midterms received hopeful news on Thursday. According to Data for Progress polling, three swing-state Democrats are in jeopardy.
Trump-backed GOP candidate Blake Masters is advancing on Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, the analysis revealed. The Daily Caller reports that Kelly leads his challenger by one point, 48-47 percent.
In Georgia, Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and GOP opponent Hershel Walker, backed by Trump, are tied at 46 percent.
NEW ARIZONA SENATE POLL: Democratic Senator Mark Kelly narrowly leads his Republican opponent Blake Masters 48% – 47% among Arizona likely voters.
— Data for Progress (@DataProgress) September 22, 2022
In Nevada, GOP candidate Adam Laxalt leads Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto 47% to 46% in a survey.
Polling and Discrimination Suit
As per Data for Progress polls, Republicans lead in two governor’s contests.
In Arizona, Trump-backed Kari Lake leads Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs 51-47 percent, while Republican Gov. Brian Kemp leads Stacey Abrams 51-44 percent in Georgia.
Lake leads Democratic candidate and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs by roughly five percent, according to a recent Trafalgar Group poll.
The study interviewed 1,080 probable 2022 voters from September 14-17 and has a 2.9% margin of error. Lake’s lead is sufficient to surpass it. 4.4% of respondents were undecided.
Trafalgar found Democratic sitting Sen. Mark Kelly with a slight advantage over Trump-backed GOP opponent Blake Masters, 46.6 – 45.4%. 5.3% are unsure. 2.7% will vote for Libertarian Marc Victor.
The research company provided an explanation for why their polls are, on average, entirely accurate.
Based on their beliefs of shorter attention spans and the necessity to meet busy modern lifestyles, the company mentioned they used brief questionnaires consisting of nine queries or fewer.
According to the company, their surveys take anywhere from one to three minutes. They are designed to swiftly obtain comments from those who would not generally participate in political polls.
In 2019, a jury concluded Hobbs discriminated against Talonya Adams, a black erstwhile state Senate staffer who claimed she was fired because of her color and sex.
Adams stated she was fired because she was black. She believed it was for demanding a raise. Hobbs was the state Senate Minority Leader when the discrimination happened.
— Brahm Resnik (@brahmresnik) October 18, 2019
Adams told 12News that when it comes to women and women of color, there is an issue with Katie Hobbs. She believes racism doesn’t exist or that she can’t see it; that has major concerns about the role Hobbs now holds.
Lake criticized Hobbs for not debating her before the election. Hobbs’ campaign says Lake is a 2020 “conspiracy theorist.”
Democrats’ downfall has been predicted for months. An unknown Democratic consultant told The Hill in April that President Biden and Vice President Harris’ approval ratings and inflation were “terrible.”
The expert warned a crippling energy crisis, 40-year high inflation, and a recession is on their way. It’s simple. The American people doubt him.
The strategist reportedly said Democrats will get murdered in November. Biden’s polling has declined. People have lost faith in his leadership. They’re helpless.This article appeared in The Political Globe and has been published here with permission.