Quinnipiac Poll: More Americans Want GOP to Win Control of Congress Next Year
More U.S. voters want Republicans to take control of Congress next year, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
The Quinnipiac survey found that 46% of registered voters said they wanted Republicans to capture the House majority in 2022, with 41% preferring Democrats. A total of 16% did not offer an opinion.
Independents overall, registered and nonregistered voters, prefer Republicans over Democrats winning control of the House by 41% to 31%.
Regarding the Senate, 46% of registered voters said they wanted the GOP to take control of the upper chamber. A total of 42% hope Democrats win the majority.
Independents, 44% to 34%, said they want to see Republicans over Democrats win control of the Senate.
The Quinnipiac survey also found that Americans give President Joe Biden a negative (36% to 53%) job approval rating. It's the lowest job approval rating Biden has received in a Quinnipiac survey.