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RED WAVE EVIDENT: Republicans Have A Huge Advantage Heading Into The 2022 Primaries

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There’s no denying the fact that Republicans are absolutely disgusted with how far left the Biden administration has taken America in just the last year and a half, and with the 2022 primaries underway it’s evident that a Red Wave is full steam ahead!

So far, Republicans have a massive turnout advantage in the primaries this year. They are already seeing a huge advantage in turnout, according to pollster.

As originally reported by DailyWire’s John Rigolizzo, in Tuesday’s primary elections in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho, and Oregon, Republicans made up 54.9% of the total votes cast, according to John Couvillon, founder of the polling firm JMC Analytics. When factoring in the other five states that have already held primaries — Texas, Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska, and West Virginia, Republicans account for fully 60% of votes cast in the primaries so far.

“In every state where I’ve been measuring turnout changes relative to previous midterms, I’m seeing a clear advantage on the Republican side,” Couvillon told the New York Post Wednesday. Couvillon added that the data was “not super representative,” since it was only from 10 states with early primaries, and there are still 174 days before the general elections. Still, the data from these primaries suggest that “states that are swinging and are Republican are going to move far to the right,” he said.

Couvillon also reported and shared on his Twitter account Wednesday that according to the data, overall turnout in the 10 states that have already had primaries was up 21% from 2018. Democratic turnout, however, has not even totalled 5 million votes vs. Republicans casting 7.5 million. In addition, Democratic turnout has increased by only 3% compared to 2018, while Republican turnout has increased by a staggering 38%.

Democrat turnout is down in 5 states compared to 2018, down 6% IN, 29% OH, 49% in W. VA, 39% in ID, and 29% in KY. Meanwhile, Republicans are turning up in droves to make the message clear that we’ve had enough of Joe Biden and the Democrats. Turnout in every state so far is up, and by more than double in North Carolina.

News of a Republican turnout advantage is the latest warning sign for Democrats that a Republican “red wave” election is coming in November. An internal poll of highly competitive battleground districts conducted by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee found that the generic Republican candidate is leading the generic Democratic candidate by an 8-point margin, as The Daily Wire reported. “Given that Democrats generally have a three or four-point built-in advantage on the generic ballot, this is a particularly concerning development for Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s majority,” Punchbowl News noted. Thirty-two House Democrats have already resigned or announced they won’t be running for re-election so far this year, the most since 1992, Reuters reported.

By no means are we in the clear yet, but the rising Republican numbers are a great sign that we mean business this time around. In the past, we have lost many races simply because we didn’t show up, including the 2020 Presidential election as well as the recall election in California where Gavin Newsom beat Larry Elder.

It’s no wonder that Democrats are confused and Republicans are furious with the direction America is heading. Joe Biden has been nothing short of disastrous for the country and every week there seems to be a new emergency whether it be rising fuel prices, baby formula shortages, a raging southern border crisis, or Joe just forgetting where he is half the time.

But out of all the uncertainty that we face on a daily basis, one thing is certain – the trainwreck continues for Biden as he continues to collapse in the polls, another warning sign for his party. Biden fell to the lowest rating of his Presidency, 38%, in a University of Massachusetts Amherst poll Tuesday, and a Wednesday poll from Quinnipiac found Biden at just 35% approval.

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