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FiveThirtyEight: Dems Could ‘Lose Five Senate Seats,’ Remain House Minority in One of Most Positive 2018 Outcomes

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A new analysis, published by FiveThirtyEight, shows the congressional map for the 2018 midterm elections has a record-setting pro-GOP bias, which could mean more winning for President Donald Trump and his Republican party.

According to the Cook Political Report’s David Wasserman, things are not looking good for Democrats:

Even if Democrats were to win every single 2018 House and Senate race for seats representing places that Hillary Clinton won or that Trump won by less than 3 percentage points — a pretty good midterm by historical standards — they could still fall short of the House majority and lose five Senate…

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