November 26th, 2013
09:51 PM ET

What new poll numbers say about the midterm elections

The latest CNN / ORC poll shows Republicans have an edge over Democrats among registered voters. That's a big turnaround from just one month ago when Democrats had an eight-point advantage. Control of Congress is up for grabs in next year's midterm elections. Chief National Correspondent John King takes a closer look at what these new polls could mean.

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  1. D Drum

    Why does this Congress investigate politics like Bengazi and ACA, but do nothing to investigate Congress?. Worst Congress in history maybe with a 9 % approval rating needs a panel to quiz congressmen why they are so inept, dismal and distructiive to US voters. Politics of course, but they need to call on every member to explain why they can't work. Why they should get any pay. Why they get big benefits that most US workers can't get. Why? And why is CNN not asking why?

    December 2, 2013 at 9:40 pm |
  2. manuel moran jr.

    The dems are in trouble but so are republicans, even more so, because of the shut down, the dems should concentrate on the problems between republicans and insurance companys, doctors, clinics, and how much money, the republican party received, and is receiving, to repeal a.c.a., just look at what is happening in texas, a person could be legally, medically blind, and still denied disability, in texas, and so other social services would also be denied, concentrate on that and see republicans run, hit them where it hurts, their pocket.

    November 27, 2013 at 2:11 pm |

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