Republicans have cut the Democratic advantage in the generic ballot question in half over the past week, according to a new GW-Battleground poll.
Democrats now lead by four points, their slimmest lead in more than three years. A week ago, according to the George Washington University poll, their advantage was eight points. Meantime, the congressional approval rating remained low, at 19 percent, up two points from the previous poll.
While the poll could give Republican candidates hope in a tough political landscape for the GOP, it had only mixed news for the party’s presidential candidate, John McCain. The Arizona senator remained three points behind Democratic rival Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.).
THIS IS A INDICATION THAT WHILE ALL POLLSTERS SAMPLE MUCH MORE DEM. THE REP. , THIS RACE IS REALY VERY VERY CLOSE, AND IF OBAMA FAILS TO LEAD HEAVILY IN VOTER TURN OUT , JOHN MCCAIN WILL WIN WITH A SUPRISED VICTORY!!