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Report: Dems Losing Public Support In Congressional Races

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New data from the Institute of Politics and Public Service shows public support for Democrats in congressional races is far less than support behind the presumptive nominee Joe Biden‘s presidential race.

The numbers show support for Biden is high — despite 59 percent of voters thinking it is unlikely Biden will finish a four-year term in the White House. But in down-the-ballot races, it’s not looking good for Democrats.

According to the report’s release, “Democrats see a 9-point drop in support between Biden and the generic Congressional Democrat among white suburban women, a 6-point drop among independents, and a 5-point drop with college graduates.”

While it may not ring good news for the Trump campaign, local congressional races should see this as potentially election-changing results.

Republicans also have higher support in crucial voting blocks like rural voters (57 percent), white seniors (53 percent), and voters with some college education (50 percent), according to the data.

While this poll suggests Biden is soaring past Trump in national polls — which notably didn’t matter in 2016 since the electoral college does not need national support — the Republican platform in general is more popular.

The generic Congressional ballot results show Republican support at 44 percent — with Democrats sitting at 50 percent.

This is much smaller than the Biden/Trump numbers, specifically on different issues like the COVID-19 response where Biden leads Trump by 22 percent in voter’s approval.

Therefore, November may see many congressional elections go in President Trump’s favor but the presidential ballot still remains uncertain.

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Carter on Hannity: House Judiciary Committee will subpoena DOJ over Biden classified docs

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Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity to discuss the classified documents being found in multiple places of both work and residence of Joe Biden from his time in the Obama administration. Carter states “One of the big questions from the House Judiciary Committee is how did President Joe Biden’s legal team stumble upon the classified documents that were found at Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center.”

“Why hasn’t the FBI been vocal and transparent about the fact that they searched that office and found the classified documents on November 2nd” Carter questions. Additionally, they have not yet “disclosed to the House Committees whether or not they had searched the house in Delaware or Rehoboth Beach to the full extent,” says Carter who noted the committees wanted the information by January 27th.

Carter spoke to sources who told her they will be serving subpoenas to “personnel from the Department of Justice because Attorney General Merrick Garland has refused to answer specific questions they sent to him on January 13th.”

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