Delegation for 10.18.22: Reddening — Midterms — doo wop — dead end

Turning red

After a red wave looked briefly stalled in September, a new poll shows a shift rightward.

A New York Times-Siena poll of registered voters nationwide shows Republicans gaining ground in ballot tests, with President Joe Biden still suffering low approval ratings.

With 89% of voters saying they are at least somewhat likely to vote in the Midterms, the poll shows about 43% of voters intend to vote for a Republican to represent them in Congress, while 42% favor a Democrat. When undecideds are pushed to offer an answer, pollsters find both parties tied at 46%. But it’s a shift

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