With 36 days left until the general election, the Republicans have a 60% chance of taking back the Senate

Raleigh, NC 

Some political strategist are beginning to voice opinions about the United States Senate outlook. Overall, the Republicans have a 60% chance of taking back the Senate. 

Some things are starting to take shape in some areas of the country.

Obama’s approval rating is up one point, to 43%. The job creation index went down two points, it is now at 30%.

Interestingly, according to Gallup– the happiness index is up the 18 percent to a whopping 61% total.

The number of people who say they were stressed out is down 6%. 

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Overall nationally,United States House races have Democrats  43% and the Republicans are at 44%.   Over in Kentucky,Alison Grimes having one hell of a time with Mitch McConnell.  McConnell Republicanis at 51%while Al Alison Grimes is having a hard time holding onto her 44%.

Down here in the Tar Heel state, Kay Hagan still maintains a lead over Tom Tillis. She is at 44% while Tillis is at 41%.  All the polls have them within the margin of error.

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2014 National House Race

2014 National House Race

43% Democrat

44% Republican

Updated 1 hour ago Obama Job Approval

Obama Job Approval

42% Approve

53% Disapprove

2014 Arkansas Senate: Cotton vs. Pryor

2014 Arkansas Senate: Cotton vs. Pryor

47% Tom Cotton

44% Mark Pryor

2014 Colorado Senate: Gardner vs. Udall

2014 Colorado Senate: Gardner vs. Udall

46% Cory Gardner

45% Mark Udall

2014 Georgia Senate: Perdue vs. Nunn

2014 Georgia Senate: Perdue vs. Nunn

46% David Perdue

42% Michelle Nunn

Updated 1 day ago 2014 Iowa Senate: Ernst vs. Braley

2014 Iowa Senate: Ernst vs. Braley

45% Joni Ernst

44% Bruce Braley

2014 Kansas Senate

2014 Kansas Senate

42% Pat Roberts

41% Greg Orman

2014 Kentucky Senate: McConnell vs. Grimes

2014 Kentucky Senate: McConnell vs. Grimes

51% Mitch McConnell

44% Alison Lundergan Grimes

Updated 1 day ago 2014 Louisiana Senate: Cassidy vs. Landrieu

2014 Louisiana Senate: Cassidy vs. Landrieu

49% Bill Cassidy

45% Mary Landrieu

2014 Michigan Senate: Land vs. Peters

2014 Michigan Senate: Land vs. Peters

45% Gary Peters

40% Terri Lynn Land

Updated 1 day ago 2014 North Carolina Senate: Tillis vs. Hagan

2014 North Carolina Senate: Tillis vs. Hagan

44% Kay Hagan

41% Thom Tillis

2014 Colorado Governor: Beauprez vs. Hickenlooper

2014 Colorado Governor: Beauprez vs. Hickenlooper

48% John Hickenlooper

47% Bob Beauprez

2014 Florida Governor: Scott vs. Crist

2014 Florida Governor: Scott vs. Crist

43% Rick Scott

40% Charlie Crist

2014 Illinois Governor: Rauner vs. Quinn

2014 Illinois Governor: Rauner vs. Quinn

47% Bruce Rauner

44% Pat Quinn

2014 Maine Governor: LePage vs. Michaud vs. Cutler

2014 Maine Governor: LePage vs. Michaud vs. Cutler

40% Mike Michaud

39% Paul LePage

2014 Michigan Governor: Snyder vs. Schauer

2014 Michigan Governor: Snyder vs. Schauer

46% Rick Snyder

43% Mark Schauer

2014 Wisconsin Governor: Walker vs. Burke

2014 Wisconsin Governor: Walker vs. Burke

48% Scott Walker

46% Mary Burk

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About George Fisher

George is a freelance writer, an author and a Democratic political consultant. He has worked as Deputy Communications Director for a Senatorial campaign and Campaign Manager for several NC House races and one congressional race. He previously worked as a news producer for a local television station.
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One Response to With 36 days left until the general election, the Republicans have a 60% chance of taking back the Senate

  1. Pland says:

    We can’t afford to have any candidates on the Democratic side to lose.

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