Final Enthusiasm Gap Favors GOP

by Mike on November 2, 2010

in Election 2010,Politics

During an off-year election, when turnout isn’t as high during a Presidential year, the enthusiasm gap between the parties often makes the difference.  That was true during the Republican Revolution of 1994 and the Democrats’ thumping of George W. Bush’s Republicans in 2006.  But what about this year?  According to Gallup (I know, but Rasmussen wasn’t around in 1994), the Republican advantage over Democrats in voter enthusiasm is double what it was in 1994.

But we can’t rest on our laurels.  We have to run up the score.  If you haven’t voted, log off and go vote.  Then, come back later for our liveblog.

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