Michael Barone of AEI mentions the results of the NPR survey

Last Wednesday, I noted that Republicans are now running even or slightly ahead in the generic vote for Congress in two respected national polls. On Friday, Charlie Cook noted the same results. He pointed out that the NPR survey shows Independents favoring Republicans 38-24 percent and that Republican pollster Glen Bolger says this is the first time Independents have favored Republicans since 2004.

Bonne Erbe of the Thomas Jefferson Street blog on U.S. News and World Report

I would like to chime in with my TJS colleague, Michael Barone, and offer my opinion on why Democrats are doing worse in generic polls than they were before the November elections

Tim Albrecht of the American Future Fund linked to Gene Ulm’s post here.

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