Poll shows Democrats slightly ahead of Republicans for November election

Poll shows Democrats slightly ahead of Republicans for November election

The result offered by the survey prepared by Harvard CAPS-Harris on the mid-term elections, 51% of registered voters support or will give their vote to the candidates of the Democratic Party and 49% support the candidates of the Republican Party

In a poll conducted by Harvard CAPS-Harris focused on questioning voters regarding their inclination to choose in the elections and resulting in a slight advantage for the Democrats, although the Republicans are very close. Much of the favorable result for the Democrats is due to the acceptance that President Joe Biden has had in recent months.

The result offered by the survey prepared by Harvard CAPS-Harris on the midterm elections, 51% of registered voters support or will give their vote to the candidates of the Democratic Party and 49% support the candidates of the Republican Party.

For several months, constant statistics have been shown where the percentage of approval of the nation’s president has been rising, thanks to the decisions that he has recently made and that for some have been of total benefit.

This poll, which claims to have a minimal margin of error, also showed that 41% approved of Joe Biden’s job as president compared to 38% in one of the last polls that were released.

Democrats continue to win voters’ confidence over the upcoming election on November 8, which they want to maintain or grow because their biggest fear is Republicans taking control of the House of Representatives.

It is important to mention that the Republican candidates also have a large margin of approval and the difference between the two parties is minimal and could change in the coming weeks, depending on the work of each of the legislators.

As shown in the questions to ask the statistics, people argued that they support the Democrats because they have seen the price of gasoline decrease, even though the cost of food and rent remains high.

The concerns that most affect the general population are: gun control, inflation, employment, the economy, abortion, according to a survey prepared by Harvard University in conjunction with the newspaper Politico.

Voters expressed frustration with high prices caused by record inflation, despite Biden’s remarks that the economy is recovering after the country’s inflation rate hit a 40-year high in June.

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