Harris Poll Shows Support for a Democratic Congress

The Harris Poll continues to show bad news for George Bush and the Republicans. Bush’s approval is at 34%, unchanged from July. When asked whom they would vote for “if elections for Congress were held today,” 45% of adults said they would vote for the Democratic candidate and 30% would vote for the Republican.  In April, 41% said they would vote for a Democratic candidate for Congress and 37% would vote Republican.

The old gender gap is alive and well. 50% of women would vote for a Democratic candidate and 28% a Republican candidate. 40% of men said they would vote for the Democrat candidate and 33% would vote for the Republican.

For those Bush-worshippers who claim that these polls are from the biased liberal media, note that this report is taken from The Wall Street Journal.

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