New 2022 Poll Shows Democrats On Track To Lose Senate

( The polls are looking bad for the Democrats. As President Joe Biden’s economic recovery continues to fail, and as the border crisis worsens, the American people keep on telling polling companies that they don’t intend on supporting Democrats in next year’s Senate and House elections.

A poll reported by Newsweek last Friday shows, for instance, that Democratic Senator for Nevada Catherine Cortez Masto could well be at risk of losing her seat to her opponent, Republican Adam Laxalt.

It’s just one of a number of polls showing how the Democrats may lose control of both the House and the Senate.

Laxalt is maintaining a 39-37% lead over the incumbent senator, according to a poll taken between September 11 and 15 by Chris Wilson’s WPA Intelligence.

The poll asked 504 likely voters in the state how they intended to vote and had a margin of error of +/- 4.4%. Some 12% of respondents said that they were undecided and a further 12% said that they wouldn’t be voting for any candidate listed.

Laxalt knows that he’s in with a chance of winning, and he knows Biden is to blame. A campaign polling memo said that their own internal polling from September “shows that this has quickly become a very tight race.”

It’s not the only state where things are looking bad for incumbent Democrats. Republican New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu is also leading Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan in the New Hampshire Senate race, with a 49-49% lead. The data comes from a Saint Anselm College poll taken between August 24 and 26, which has a margin of error of +/- 2.3%.

And if that wasn’t shocking enough, things are even looking bad for the recently-elected Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock. Former NFL star Herschel Walker, who recently announced his intention to run for the Georgia Senate seat for the Republicans, is trailing the incumbent Democrat by only two points.

That’s huge.

The Democrats only took the seat last year, and in 2022, could lose the seat to an African American Republican who they will probably insist is a secret white nationalist.

The midterm elections could change everything. Stripping the Senate Democrats of only one seat removes their technical majority, meaning Democrats won’t even be able to pass extremist legislation with a simple majority through the budget reconciliation process.

If Republicans take back both chambers, then-President Joe Biden will have much of his power removed for the final two years of his first – and probably only – term as president.