There are several factors that will impact next year’s congressional midterm races. The actions of the current party in power, the shift in House seats due to state populations, etc., are just a few examples.
Right now, the Republican Party is working hard to get back control of the House of Representatives. This involves campaigning in the right districts, holding Democrats accountable for their conduct, and presenting healthy alternatives.
According to Breitbart News, fresh polling shows that Republicans are highly expected to win back the House of Representatives next year.
What to Know About the GOP’s Chances of Regaining the House
This month, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) ran a poll regarding the most competitive seats up for grabs during next year’s congressional midterms. The findings were quite telling and spell bad news for Democrats maintaining their current and slim majority.
For starters, in districts categorized as “Trump/Democratic,” the unfavorable rating of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hits a whopping 60%. This comes on top of the revelation that 57% of U.S. voters believe that Biden’s stimulus aid is failing to provide the necessary relief for themselves and their relatives.
With the American Jobs Plan, we’re going to bring quality, affordable high-speed internet to every single American — no matter where they live.
— President Biden (@POTUS) April 26, 2021
In regards to the U.S. economy and jobs in America, 46% of polled Americans stated that they favor Republicans more than Democrats. Just 41% claimed that they have more faith in Democrats than Republicans when it comes to U.S. jobs and the economy.
Finally, three-quarters of Americans described the ongoing Southern border crisis as a significant problem in the nation.
A Change of Leadership in the House
Should Republicans take back the House of Representatives as expected, some changes will happen quickly. For starters, Nancy Pelosi will no longer occupy the role of House Speaker; furthermore, if the GOP regains the House majority, Leader Kevin McCarthy is widely expected to become the next Speaker of the House.
Last month, the Democrats passed the single most expensive spending bill in American history. It cost nearly $1.9 trillion dollars.
Let’s see how your money is being spent. pic.twitter.com/CIkYheYyZ0
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) April 26, 2021
Secondly, a GOP-controlled House would restore balance to Washington D.C. The days of Democrats being able to pass whatever bills they want with votes only from their party will come to an end. Getting Republicans back in control of the House means that Biden and Democrats will have to do more than just talk about bipartisanship.
What do you think about the latest survey from the National Republican Congressional Committee? Do you think the GOP will take back the House during next year’s midterm elections? Let us get your predictions for 2022 in the comments section below.