The Hill reports:
A Washington Post/ABC News poll released early Sunday show Democrats with an 11-point lead over Republicans on a generic congressional ballot just weeks before the midterm elections. Fifty-three percent of registered voters would choose a Democratic candidate in their district, according to the new survey, while 42 percent would vote for a Republican.
Ninety-five percent of Democrats would choose their party’s candidate, compared to 93 percent of Republicans who would select the GOP candidate on the ballot. Just more than half of independents — 52 percent — would select the Democratic candidate while 38 percent would vote for the Republican.