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HUGE RED WAVE INCOMING! Final Mid-Term Predictions From Top Pollsters and Political Experts REVEALED!

As voters head to the polls today to cast their votes in the 2022 midterm elections, political insiders and pollsters are divided over the potential results of today’s elections.

This article contains a compilation of some of the top poll results for the hottest races in today’s election.

Axios senior correspondent and Fox News contributor Josh Kraushaar predicted in his latest appearance on Fox News, “Given the degree to which Democrats are playing defense in blue districts, it’s difficult to see how Democrats hold their narrow House majority.”

Similarly, ABC’s FiveThirtyEight predicts in its final midterm forecasts, that Republicans are favored to win the majority in the House, with a narrow possibility in the Senate.

The latest forecast from Politico reflects the same potential results in its latest predictions, calling a Republican majority in the house with the Senate remaining in a likely toss-up.

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“Election Day arrived with 216 seats in the “Solid,” “Likely” or “Lean Republican” category — putting Republicans only two seats away from the majority, according to the forecast. By comparison, just 194 districts are in the “Solid,” “Likely” and “Lean Democratic” categories. There are 26 seats rated as “Toss Up” — races where neither party has a significant advantage.” Steve Shepard, Politico’s chief election reporter wrote in his prediction.

MMA commentator and star podcaster, Joe Rogan predicted similar results, in the latest episode of his podcast with comedian Bridget Phetasy “The red wave that’s coming is going to be like the elevator doors in ‘The Shining’,” Rogan said, citing the 1980 horror movie based on a Stephen King novel. “That’s what I think. I think people are just like ‘what the f**k are you saying?’” he added.

Fox News Power Ranking predicting a similar outcome, reports that Republicans are “expected to control the House” but “both parties hold on to pathways in Senate”

Democrat strategists and media figures are blaming woke policies and Dems fear mongering with false “democracy” claims. As pointed out by NBC’s Kristen Welker, “It’s a risky strategy though, Chuck, as you’ve been talking about, with all of your guests, the main issues are still inflation and the economy.”

Democrat strategist Hilary Rosen had similar opinions in her latest appearance on CNN’s State of The Union. “Democracy is at stake because people are fighting so much about what elections mean. I mean, voters have told us what they wanted to hear, and I don’t think Democrats have delivered this cycle,” she noted.

Getting into specific hot races this election, starting off with Georgia Senate, experts are predicting Republican Herschel Walker would win with a narrow margin and defeat the incumbent Democrat Senator, Raphael Warnock. CNN Political Analyst April Ryan notes “The reaction from some in the Black community in Georgia and across the country is notable.”

In the gubernatorial race in Georgia, the incumbent Republican Governor Brian Kemp has consistently led his Democrat challenger, Stacey Abrams in key polls. InteractivePolls predicts Republican victories in both of Georgia’s key races today.

In Arizona, Republican Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, and U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters both are expected to defeat their democrat challengers as the latest poll from Data for Progress predicts showing Kari Lakes winning 52% of voter support while Democrat Katie Hobbs trailing with just 48% in the gubernatorial race and Republican Blake Masters leading Democrat Mark Kelly by one point in the race for Senate, 50% – 49%.

The race for Michigan governor remains narrow with Republican Tudor Dixon leading with a small +0.3 margin over her Democrat challenger and incumbent, Gretchen Whitmer according to the latest poll by Trafalgar Group

In Pennsylvania’s highly contested race, Republican Mehmet Oz has reportedly built his “largest-ever” advantage over Democrat challenger, John Fetterman according to Decision Desk HQ which predicts in favor of Oz with a 59.4% chance of winning.

Polls in New York’s gubernatorial race show Republican Lee Zeldin closing in on Democrat challenger and incumbent Kathy Hochul. The latest Trafalgar poll shows Zelding leading Hochul by a small margin of +0.8 this is very significant, especially for a deep blue coastal state like New York.

In Ohio, the America-First Populist Republican Candidate J.D. Vance maintains a consistent +10 lead over Democrat challenger, Tim Ryan according to the latest Data For Progress poll.

Similarly, in Florida, the incumbent Republican Governor Ron DeSantis maintains a +15 lead over Democrat Charlie Crist. Polls also indicate that the Republican governor will be big-time in the deep blue Miami-Dade County which has a high Latino and Hispanic population.

What do you make of these polls? Do you believe that a red wave is imminent in this mid-term election? Share your thoughts in our Facebook comments!