A vigorous post-Labor Day Democratic offensive has failed to diminish the resurgent Republicans' lead among likely voters, leaving the GOP poised for major gains in congressional elections two weeks away, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.Sure. It's good news. Now pick up the phone—that's what will win it for us.
A Democratic offensive failed to diminish the lead among Republicans among likely voters, leaving the GOP poised for major gains in November elections, according to a new WSJ/NBC News poll. Jonathan Weisman and Evan Newmark discuss. Also, David Reilly discusses Bank of America's continuing foreclosure battle.
Among likely voters, Republicans hold a 50% to 43% edge, up from a three-percentage-point lead a month ago.
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