Poll: Republicans Take 10 Point Lead on Generic Ballot

We are beginning our morning with another new poll.

Since settling on the revolutionary platform “Let’s Go Brandon” and deciding to come up with policies later, the poll shows that Republicans are up 10 points on the generic ballot for the 2022 midterms.


“Results in the CNBC All-America Economic survey imply potentially large Democratic losses in the November election.

Biden’s overall approval rating stabilized at a low level of 41%, about the same level as former President Donald Trump’s, compared to 50% who disapprove. …

But Biden’s approval rating on handling the economy and dealing with the coronavirus both declined.

At 46% approval to 48% disapproval, Biden’s approval rating on the coronavirus is now underwater for the first time.

His economic approval sank more deeply underwater, with 37% approving compared to 56% who disapprove, down from 40% approval to 54% in the second quarter survey. …

Republicans now sport a historic 10-point advantage when Americans are asked which party they prefer to control Congress, holding a 44%-34% margin over Democrats. That’s up from a 2-point Republican advantage in the October survey.

In the past 20 years, CNBC and NBC surveys have never registered a double-digit Republican advantage on congressional preference, with the largest lead ever being 4 pints for the GOP. …”

It makes sense to me.

This is what the Right is now. So why not go with it?

The GOP is an outlet for backlash politics and lib owning. That’s all that matters and people have lots of legitimate reasons to be angry now. There’s no doubt about what is driving this.

Note: James Carville’s phrase about “pulling the pin on the grenade” sums up the situation. The Democrats have self destructed. They are getting blamed by the public for lots of issues.

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  1. “Since settling on the revolutionary platform “Let’s Go Brandon” and deciding to come up with policies later, the poll shows that Republicans are up 10 points on the generic ballot for the 2022 midterms.”

    What policies should politicians at the national level be advocating? I won’t recognize their legitimacy regardless of party.

    The entire federal government has lost its legitimacy and that is a victory. You’ve shown this in the poll about collapsing faith in institutions.

    The only thing we should want is for chaos to reign in Washington, because we know that no matter what party holds power there, nothing truly changes for the better for us.

    In the vacuum of that chaos, states can reassert their independence, rebuild parallel (and replacement) institutions and break free of the empire, even if only in a limited way (think poland or the soviet states after the wall fell).

    If what we get after the mid terms is a “lets go Brandon” own the libs kneejerk movement against the liberal establishment uniparty, then that suits me just fine. I’ll vote for Trump again just for that. To see the machinery of the state dismantled, that is a thing worth celebrating.

    White men of agency should be seeking their independence from the state, not to replace its corrupt edifices with machinery of their own.

  2. This in a nutshell.


    Fling these surplus elite grifters onto the gears of the federal bureaucracy and let them rip eachother apart fighting with the all the pink collar appointed liberal arts degree having blue haired queers and office niggers.

    All of these poli sci majors, lawyers and SWPL campus Republicans, fling them all onto the gears. Let the bloggers, journalists and “intellectuals” write their bullshit opinion pieces from the peanut gallery and continue to have no effect on anything meaningful

    Let them bring the machine to a halt with crippling dysfunction, forcing states to step into the void.

    • Do any serious thinkers believe that the Biden era has been better for the white working class then the Trump era? Even the apolitical are feeling the heat and will want to own the libs in November. Not that it will necessarily help to throw the Dems out but most aren’t going to ask for more inflation and race hoaxes.

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