The red wave is coming and not even CNN can ignore the fact any longer.
On Monday, CNN senior data reporter Harry Enten told anchor Jake Tapper that Republicans are poised to make historic gains this November.
According to The Daily Wire:
“I would say they’re looking very good from the historical context. Basically, I took the best Republican positions on the generic congressional ballot at this point in midterm cycles since 1938, that generic ballot basically is, ‘Would you vote for the generic Republican or generic Democrat in your district?’” Enten explained.
“And guess what? Since 1938, the Republican two-point lead on the generic congressional ballot is the best position for Republicans at this point in any midterm cycle in over 80 years,” he continued. “It beats 2010, when Republicans were up a point.”
“Sometimes history isn’t always prologue, but my estimate for the 2023 House makeup if the election were held today — which again, it isn’t … would be Republicans, 236 seats to 241 seats. Democrats, 194 to 199,” Enten said, predicting a swing from Democrats +12 to Republicans +37-47.
“That is a stomping or that would be a stomping,” Tapper replied, and Enten agreed, “Yes, it would.”
Tapper then pivoted to blame most of the issues plaguing the Democrat Party on President Biden’s lackluster approval ratings.