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Democrats Would Win House If Election Were Held Today

A Quinnipiac poll shows that if the election were held today, 43 percent would support a Democratic House candidate, to 35% who would support a Republican.

That 8 point lead for Democrats is significantly more than the GOP’s margin of victory during the 2010 Republican wave election (6.6 percent) and even more that the Democratic margin of victory during the 2006 wave (7.9 percent) — when Democrats were bolstered by both an unpopular Republican president and a failing war in Iraq. And yet, if Democrats succeed in maintaining this substantial lead through next year’s congressional election, they will likely emerge with a tiny majority of just 5 seats.

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