For months the Republicans have been strongly leading in opinion polls for mid-term elections to Congress, and their fanboys on p.ie haven't been slow to crow about it.
But it would appear that the tide may be turning, at least for the moment. According to Rasmussen, 45% would vote generic Republican, with 42% Democratic, the smallest gap in a year. According to the Washington Post, the Republicans have a 6% lead, but Democrats are seen as the party that will help the middle class most.
The question being asked by some pundits now is whether the GOP peaked too early?