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1994=2010
Tuesday, November 09 2010

Tags: clinton | Democrats | gingrich | house | national | Republican Party | resurgent republic

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November 2nd was a very bad day for Democrats - indeed, the worst since November 8, 1994 when Democrats lost their four-decade hold on the House of Representatives, control of the US Senate and 472 state legislative seats across the country. Newt Gingrich and his new majorities were triumphant.  I was polling then for President Bill Clinton and the poll findings today in this joint poll with Resurgent Republic look eerily similar.