Some interesting trends in the generic congressional polls and specifically Rasmussen. The RCP avg has the D's edging in front on the R's very slightly (46.2 vs 46.0). The big driver is ironically Rasmussen with a huge sample size. Rasmussen had it 43D-46R for Oct22-28 (sample size 3500). Now it has it 46D-46D for Oct29-Nov4 (sample size 3500). It looks like old Rasmussen is seeing some serious momentum towards the blue team in the house. Come on 218!
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