And recent polls show that she may be doing better than that.
Geoffrey Skelley, who closely tracks congressional races at the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, suggests there’s a crude shorthand for evaluating the battle for the House: Look to see if Clinton can beat Trump by 6 points or more in the presidential race. If that happens, Skelley projects 50 seats would be in play.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Democrats' Shot at Taking the House
An analyst has a key indicator.