The 2018 election landscape is quickly taking shape.
Democrats entered the year with high hopes of winning back both house of Congress.
But this shocking new poll left every Democrat shaking their head with disgust.
Democrats’ chances of winning back the Senate disappeared.
The only question now is how many seats the GOP will pick up.
And one new poll out of Indiana shows the GOP may be in line for a bigger victory in November than any previously thought.
Hoosier businessman and Senate Republican candidate Mike Braun has surged in the Indiana Senate race only two weeks before the November election, according to a poll released on Monday.
Sen. Joe Donnelly’s popularity has continued to plummet ever since he decided to vote against Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. Since the Senate confirmation vote, the incumbent Democrat’s favorability and his polling has bottomed out.
According to a recent poll conducted by the Braun campaign from October 14-17, Braun leads Donnelly by 44 to 40 percent, with seven percent backing Lucy Brenton, and five percent of voters remain undecided.
The survey also found Braun leads with those having the highest level of enthusiasm for voting in the midterm elections, a seven-point advantage with those with high propensity voters, and a seven-point advantage with voters who have an opinion of both candidates.
Even though Trump won Indiana by 19 points and it is Vice President Mike Pence’s home state, pundits and Democrats thought Senator Joe Donnelly was safe.
Donnelly spent millions on TV ads lying to the people of Indiana that he supported Donald Trump’s agenda.
But his no vote on Brett Kavanaugh showed the voters of the Hoosier state his true colors.
And according to Braun’s internal polling, it may prove fatal.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.