Poll: 10-Point Swing Since August Boosts GOP in Battle to Control Congress

Republicans continue to gain ground on Democrats in the latest Monmouth University polling which found 47% of voters preferring GOP control of Congress to Democrats at 44%.

“Because the congressional map favors the GOP, Democrats need to do more than ‘keep it close’ in order to hold onto their House majority,” Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute said in a press release Monday. “One roadblock for them is that the issue picture favors Republicans.”

Republicans have gained 4% in the poll, up from 43% preferring GOP control in August, while Democrats dropped 6% from 50% in August to 44% now, according to the university.

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