Morning Jolt: The Media’s Delusional Midterm Coverage

On the menu today: Gallup unveils new polling numbers which find that the public assessment of the U.S. economy and national satisfaction are the lowest they have measured at the time of a midterm election; a new Wall Street Journal survey finds that white suburban women shifted 26 percentage points away from Democrats since August; Democrats are spending six-figure sums on television advertising to defend multiple House members in districts that Joe Biden won by at least 20 points in 2020 — and yet, we're still seeing coverage suggesting that a late push on the issue of January 6 could save the midterms for Democrats.

Gallup: The National Mood Is As Dark As It Has Ever Been Going Into a Midterm Election

It's another "I feel like I'm taking crazy pills" morning.

The 2022 midterms are less than a week away. We don't know precisely how the midterms will shake out, but Republicans entered the cycle needing to add six more seats to win control of the House of Representatives, and a pickup of one seat to control the ...

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The Media's Delusional Midterm Coverage

On the menu today: Gallup unveils new polling numbers which find that the public assessment of the U.S. economy and national satisfaction are the lowest they have measured at the time of a midterm election; a new Wall Street Journal survey finds that white suburban women shifted 26 percentage points away from Democrats since August; Democrats are spending six-figure sums on television advertising to defend multiple House members in districts that Joe Biden won by at least 20 points in 2020 — and yet, we're still seeing coverage suggesting that a late push on the issue of January 6 could save the midterms for Democrats.

Gallup: The National Mood Is As Dark As It Has Ever Been Going Into a Midterm Election

It's another "I feel like I'm taking crazy pills" morning.

The 2022 midterms are less than a week away. We don't know precisely how the midterms will shake out, but Republicans entered the cycle needing to add six more seats to win control of the House of Representatives, and a pickup of one seat to control the ...   READ MORE

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