The losses of incumbents, including Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., in primaries signal volatility ahead in the midterm elections.
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A variety of polls signal that Democrats are poised to take over the House, and possibly the Senate, in midterm elections.
Shifts in momentum make it hard to tell which party has an advantage in the midterm elections.
The GOP may be losing its edge on security issues and voters may be ready for a change.
Bush’s approval rating is back around 40 percent, but has not changed much among Democrats and independents.
Changing dynamics make the race for control of the Senate interesting again.
A comparison of polls 12 years ago to those now shows both Democrats and Republicans have reasons to worry about the midterm elections.
Poll results are looking up for the Republicans, and in House races, Democrats have a number of novice candidates.
Recent polls show John McCain as a favorite for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008, and Hillary Clinton as the leading Democrat.
House leaders’ anger over FBI search of a colleague’s office will be viewed as an effort to blindly protect their own.