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Republicans on 2010 pace in House generic vote -- at least momentarily

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One interesting, but not always precisely reliable, measure of partisan preference is what pollsters call the generic vote -- which party's candidates people would vote for in elections to the House of Representatives. Over the past two decades, responses have tended to underpredict Republicans' performance in subsequent elections, though that was the case more in 1992-2002 than recently. The...

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