The Sunday "read it and weep" edition The national mood remains bleak for Republicans.
President George W. Bush’s poll numbers have not rebounded, and there is no reason to believe that they will before the fall midterm elections. The public still gives low marks to Congress and tells pollsters that the country is headed in the wrong direction.
At the district level, voters are more critical of GOP incumbents than they usually are at this point in the election cycle
. Democratic voters are already polarized against Republican House members, so Democratic challengers can focus their efforts at wooing Independents and disgruntled Republicans, rather than mobilizing their Democratic base.
Thanks Stu !!