-The poll found that these swing voters are more likely to vote for the Republican candidate in their district by a 32-25 percent margin -- with 14 percent saying “other” and another 29 percent undecided.
-Many independents -- 55 percent -- are extremely or somewhat likely to vote for a Republican Congressional candidate this year with the "specific intention of providing a check on Democratic control of Congress and the president."
-Nearly one in five self-identified Obama voters in the 2008 election said they feel either disappointed (16 percent) or angry (2 percent).
-Continuing a several month trend, two-thirds of Republican voters are "extremely" (33 percent) or "very" interested (33 percent) in the midterm elections, while just under half of Democrats feel the same way (24 percent "extremely" and 25 percent "very").
A 59 percent majority of voters who are at least very interested in the elections feel disappointed or angry about the Obama administration. By 51-35 percent, these interested voters would back the Republican candidate in their district if they were heading to the voting booth today.
Democrats still support Obama by a wide margin but even this is down by 10%
There is a lot in this poll that shows a very bad year for the Dems in Congress.
That is if the election were to be held today.
Between now and November we have
-More of the Blago trial
-More of the Black Panther's hearings
-Much more about the immigration debate, which still has about 60% going against Obama's stance
-More information coming to light about just how bad Obamakare is
-More Joe Biden talking
-A very likely worsening economy
-More spending by Congress
Strap yourself in folks, this election could be tidal wave.