Trump’s Republicans Beat Historical Average for Midterm Elections


Republicans Were Disappointed To Lose The House Of Representatives To Democrats On Tuesday. But They Gained Several Seats In The Senate. Overall The Gop Out-performed The Historical Average For The President’s Party.

As a recent analysis of historical trends in midterm elections noted: “Over the past 28 midterm elections since 1906, the president’s party lost about 30 House seats and 4 Senate seats on average.”

President Donald Trump’s Republican Party was projected to lose between 25 and 35 seats as of 1:00 a.m. EST on Wednesday — right around the historical average. Moreover, Trump and the GOP were projected to gain at least four seats in the Senate — defying history.- READ MORE

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