A new Poll from The McLaughlin & Associates/Dick Morris found that the Democrats continue to lose the edge they held in the generic Congressional ballot.

Breitbart:

Asked which generic candidate they would support for Congress, voters gave Democrats only a 0.3 percent advantage, 43.8 percent, compared to 43.5 for Republicans, which is within the poll’s margin of error.

The McLaughlin & Associates/Dick Morris poll is 5 points better for Republicans than the current Real Clear Politics Average of Polls, which gives the Democrats a 5.5 percent advantage in the generic Congressional ballot.

Although this is only one poll it is an important development. Election experts have claimed that the Democrats would need a 5 point lead in the generic Congressional ballot to have a chance in taking back majorities in the House and Senate.

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