ObamaCare caused a bump, all right. For Republicans. 


Registered voters now say they prefer the Republican to the Democratic candidate in their district by 47% to 44% in the midterm congressional elections, the first time the GOP has led in 2010 election preferences since Gallup began weekly tracking of these in March.


Note that this is a poll of registered voters–Republicans are probably leading by a greater margin among likely voters. The good news is that Republicans didnt get to this point until late in 1994; the bad news is that Obama and the Democrats have seven months to tear down Republicans. Could the GOP be peaking too early, or is that just wishful thinking from Democratic pollsters?

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