Will projected GOP gains be enough?

Will projected GOP gains be enough?

Will projected GOP gains be enough?

While a conservative activist is encouraged by Biden's sinking poll numbers, he says by the time Republicans can regain power, it will be a tough undertaking to reverse the damage the liberal Democrats have done.

According to the latest Quinnipiac poll, not only has Joe Biden's approval rating cratered to 38%, but registered voters now prefer Republican control of Congress. In fact, if congressional elections were held today, 47% of those polled said they would vote for Republican candidates. 44% said they would back Democrat candidates, and 9% had no opinion. The poll also found a seven-point swing against congressional Democrats in the past month alone.

Bauer, Gary (American Values) Bauer

But the ballot questions tend to underestimate GOP strength on Election Day. The last time the GOP hit 47% in Quinnipiac's generic ballot poll was December 2013; Republicans won more than a dozen House seats the following year.

"The leftists that are directing the administration … seem to be all in in changing America; if they continue at this pace to do what they're doing, in four years we may even win elections and get people in that are willing to fight for us," submits Gary Bauer of the Campaign for Working Families. "But so much damage will have been done, it is going to be a tough, tough undertaking to reverse that," he adds.

So Bauer is not confident that enough Republicans who are willing to fight to reverse the damage will be elected. He says getting elected and surrendering to what has been done will not cut it.

"The things that are being done have to be reversed, or the country will be lost," he insists.

According to Breitbart, the Quinnipiac University poll was conducted between October 1 and 4. Quinnipiac did not provide the number of registered voters specifically surveyed. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 2.7 percentage points.