27% of voters say the country is heading in the right direction.

Posted by Brian
The more that the Democrats continue to stay the course on their agenda, the wider this gap will become.The November 2 election appears to have had little to no effect on the most far-left Democrats in Congress.  They continue to tout their "achievements" in the last Congress and vow to push forward with an agenda that the American people soundly rejected. 2012 is shaping up to be another dangerous year for incumbents on both sides if the American people continue to sense that their representatives are continuing to ignore their pleas to reverse course.

Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 47%, Democrats 36%
Republicans hold an 11-point lead over Democrats on the Generic Congressional Ballot for the week ending January 9, 2011. That’s up one point from last week and six points from the week before. It's the widest gap between the two parties since right before Election Day.

New Rasmussen Reports telephone polling finds that 47% of Likely U.S. Voters nationwide say they would vote for their district’s Republican congressional candidate, while 36% would choose the Democrat instead.

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