For the first time in months, a poll shows Republicans leading Democrats in a generic congressional ballot.
The figures in the Politico/Morning Consult survey will likely give Republicans fresh hope for holding on to congressional majorities — and reinforce the strategy to promote their tax law ahead of November’s midterm elections.
Generic polls ask voters which party they are inclined to vote for rather than which candidate.
Among registered voters, 39 percent said they would back the GOP candidate in their district, according to the poll. Thirty-eight percent said they would support a Democrat, while 23 percent are undecided.
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