POLL: Democrats +1 On Congressional Generic Ballot

The Hill reports:

A new Politico-Morning Consult poll found that if the election for Congress was held in voters’ districts that day, 43 percent of voters would most likely vote for the Democratic candidate, while 42 percent would likely vote for the Republican one.

A separate 16 percent polled said they either had no opinion or did not know, an indicator of the work both parties will have to do in the coming months to sway voters.

The Cook Political Report’s latest Senate race ratings rate three Democratic-held seats and two Republican-held seats as toss-ups. In the House, 16 Democratic-held seats and eight Republican-held seats are also considered toss-ups.

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