Nov 6, 2017
One year out from the midterm congressional elections, it is hard to imagine things looking much better for the Democrats on paper. Voters tell pollsters they prefer Democratic congressional candidates to Republicans — the so-called “generic ballot” — by an average of 10 points. In one October survey by CNN, the margin was 16. Washington Examiner's Jim Antle joins Examining Politics to discuss what the future holds, and if these polls will stay strong for the left.