It’s normal for the opposition party of the President to pick up seats in the midterm elections. But Republicans really need to start emphasizing all the positive things that have been done and pushing people to get out and vote.

Via Daily Caller:

House Democrats are ahead of Republicans 12 percentage points in the lead-up to the November midterm elections, according to a Wednesday Quinnipiac University poll.

If the November midterm elections were held in July, 51 percent of voters say they would vote for a Democrat, compared to 39 percent that would vote for Republicans.

The divide is large among male and female voters. With an almost 2 to 1 backing, women throw their support behind Democrats 57 percent to 32 percent. Men are more evenly divided on whether they would support a Republican or Democrat in November. Roughly 46 percent of men would vote for a Republican and 46 percent would support a Democrat. (RELATED: Republicans Are Fleeing And So Are Their Chances Of Keeping The House)

Along racial lines, white and black voters draw a stark contrast. White voters are nearly even split, with 46 percent for Democrats and 45 percent for Republicans. Black voters go 78 percent for Democrats and 66 percent of Hispanic voters back Democrats.

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