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Interesting contrast between Senate Partisan Lean versus favorability
Posted by: Filliam H. Muffman
Date: March 12, 2019 11:42PM
After seeing a blurb about how unpopular Mitch McConnell was in his state, 538's four month old story seems overly positive on his chances.

RCP shows McConnell at -20.4 but 538 still give him a 23.3 point positive lean.

I sure hope Dems are buffing up a good crop of potential challengers nice and shiny for all of the 23 Republican seats in 2020. Doug Jones (D-Alabama) is going to need a lot of help.

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Re: Interesting contrast between Senate Partisan Lean versus favorability
Posted by: Speedy
Date: March 13, 2019 10:54PM
The Repugs will control the Senate for decades to come. If Pres. Trump couldn’t hand the Senate to the Democrats this last election, it will take a major economic meltdown for the Democrats to prevail. Remember, Sen. McCain only lost by 7% in 2008 during the economic collapse.



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Re: Interesting contrast between Senate Partisan Lean versus favorability
Posted by: rjmacs
Date: March 14, 2019 06:45AM
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The Repugs will control the Senate for decades to come. If Pres. Trump couldn’t hand the Senate to the Democrats this last election, it will take a major economic meltdown for the Democrats to prevail. Remember, Sen. McCain only lost by 7% in 2008 during the economic collapse.

The Senate is designed to protect the elite. It was designed for that purpose and to that end.



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