Since this poll first started in 1946, every time it was asked it correctly predicted whether Republicans or Democrats would win control of Congress.
And the latest results has House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her allies very worried.
According to Gallup’s final poll heading into Tuesday’s midterm election, Democrats are very pessimistic about their midterm election chances.
Republican voters, on the other hand, are far more confident.
Since 1946, the results of that confidence poll has lined up to the actual election results 100 percent of the time it was asked. It has never been wrong.
In other words, for 72 years this final Gallup poll has been right in predicting the results of elections… and it says that come Tuesday night, Pelosi is in big, big trouble.
50 percent of Americans believe Republicans will stay in power in the House. Just 44 percent believe Democrats will win control at the ballot box.
Americans voters are even more certain that Republicans will remain in power in the Senate.
61 percent of voters believe Republicans will successful retain control in the Senate following the 2018 midterm elections.
Only 33 percent of voters think Democrats will take control.
Is the poll right? We want to hear from you.
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