Democrats hold a double-digit lead over Republicans when voters are asked who they will support for the House this November, according to a poll released Tuesday.
In the USA Today/Suffolk University poll, 50 percent of likely midterm votes said they will probably support a Democratic candidate in their district, while 39 percent said the same for a generic Republican candidate.
Ten percent of likely voters remain undecided about how they will vote in November with the midterm elections less than 100 days away.
Democrats need to gain 23 seats in the House to win back the majority.
Read more at The Hill.