The Pew Research Center “found that anti-incumbent sentiment is as high as it has been before a midterm election in at least 20 years. Fewer than half of all registered voters in both parties want to see their own representative reelected to Congress.” The Wall Street Journal,
“Neither political party has a clear lead with voters at this point, according to Pew, but Republicans hold a slight advantage over Democrats in enthusiasm. Independents are the least enthusiastic about voting in this year’s midterms.
“Public disaffection with politicians of both parties has been reflected in primary-election turnouts. The Center for the Study of the American Electorate reported this week that 15 of the 25 states that have held primaries so far this year have had record-low turnouts.”