A new George Washington University Poll indicates that voter attitudes are leaning toward the dems this fall.
The Democrats lead Republicans 8 points in a generic presidential ballot and by 9 points in a congressional ballot.
63% of respondents disapprove of the job Bush is doing and 77% think the country is on the wrong track.
According to the dean of GW’s Graduate School of Political Management, “This poll underscores huge difficulties that lie ahead for the Republican Party.”
However, the poll also shows the Hillary still hasn’t overcome her problem with negatives:
Both Senators John McCain and Barack Obama enjoy majority favorable images (54% for each), and a slight majority of voters views Senator Hillary Clinton negatively (51% unfavorable).
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