April 08, 2010

Only 28% Think Most Incumbents Should Be Reelected

Ka-ching.

The trend for previous midterm elections reveals that the 28% re-elect figure puts the sitting majority party in a danger zone. In the two recent midterm elections in which the congressional balance of power changed (1994 and 2006), the percentage of voters saying most members deserved to be re-elected fell below 40%, as it does today. By contrast, in 1998 and 2002, when the existing Republican majority was maintained, 55% or better held this view.


Still (not surprisingly) most people think that their incumbent should be reelected.

(h/t: Allahtwitter)

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