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>> Democrats are fired up ahead of the midterms. A new Reuters IPSOS poll found voter enthusiasm among Dems is surging. The poll found that compared to results in 2014 more Democrats across all demographics say they are certain to vote on November 6th in an election that will determine whether Republicans keep control of Congress.
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And while it's historically common for the party of power to have a greater interest in voting, one political scientist tells Reuters that Trump trying to undo everything Obama did cranks the interest level way up.>> If we don't step up.>> Leading the way are white women Democrat's over 60, with 74% saying they will vote.
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That's up 18 points from 2014. Meanwhile, the same group on the Republican side is losing steam, with 64% saying they will vote, down four points from 2014. The poll found that Democrats have the enthusiasm edge with millennial's, mid-career adults, and even whites without a college degree who identify as Democrats.
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For Republicans this could spell trouble since enthusiasm is everything in congressional elections. When turnout is typically lower than when the White House is up for grabs. Still, there are a few bright spots for the GOP. Interest in voting among Republicans between 30 and 39 years old is up about four points.
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>> Don't be complacent. You gotta get out for the midterm.