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It's 1894 All Over Again?

OK Read this at Ace and try telling me the Dems aren't going to have to change their shorts:

Yesterday's generic ballot poll by Gallup has attracted some attention.

Here's Barone's column today.

However, Gallup also shows the results for two different turnout models. Under its "high turnout model" Republicans lead 53%-40%. Under its "low turnout model" Republicans lead 56%-38%.

These two numbers, if translated into popular votes in the 435 congressional districts, suggest huge gains for Republicans and a Republican House majority the likes of which we have not seen since the election cycles of 1946 or even 1928. ... The Gallup high turnout and low turnout numbers suggest it looks like 1894, when Republicans gained more than 100 seats (125!) in a House of approximately 350 seats.
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