RED WAVE: Women and Independents Shift Massively Towards Republican Candidates as Midterms Draw Near

Oct 20, 2022 | Political News

A new poll put out by Siena College/New York Times shows women and independent voters shifting more towards the Republican Party as the midterms inch ever closer — providing decisive evidence of a red wave.

As Breitbart reports:

“According to a Monday New York Times/Siena College poll, independents, women, and independent women have massively shifted behind Republicans on the generic ballot since September. The poll sampled 792 registered voters from October 9-12 with a 4 point margin of error.

In just 30 days, independents have moved nine points in favor of Republicans, along with women (13 points) and independent women (32 points).

Republicans lead Democrats among independents by ten points and among independent women by 18 points.”

This poll is in keeping with recent polling indicating a redshift among women voters.  As the DC Enquirer reports:

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“A recent survey by I&I/TIPP Polls shows that most women would prefer a Republican Congress following the Midterms, despite the best efforts of Democrats to capture this critical demographic..

According to the poll, ‘59% of women and 49% of men say they would prefer Republicans to control Congress.’ These numbers have to scare the Biden Administration, especially since many have argued that generic congressional ballots tend to always favor the Democrats.”

While Democrats have tried to push “War On Women” rhetoric, arguing the Republicans are against “women’s rights,” it looks as though voters are seeing through the smoke screen. Moreover, independent voters have always been part and parcel of red-wave elections. In the 2010 Tea Party revolution in the midterms, independents delivered 55 percent of their votes to Republican House Candidates.

All in all, the evidence is decisive — Americans want a Republican Congress. America’s greatness is up for debate under the undivided Democrat regime. It was not under Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled congress. During the Trump years, America was feared across the globe and respected at home. In 2022 and 2024, we have a chance to rebuild the America we possessed under Donald J. Trump, an America that was truly and exceptionally great among the world powers.