(John Solomon – Just the News) For a third straight election, Americans delivered an unmistakably split verdict in the midterms. In the process they have told us a whole lot about our country’s future heading into the 2024 presidential contest.
The first message is that most Americans don’t embrace the Democrats’ far-left policies or like the direction their country has taken under Joe Biden. That dissatisfaction runs 7 or 8 out of every 10 voters. But they also aren’t sold on some of the GOP’s statewide candidates.
Their solution right now is to settle for divided government as a check block, with a likely small GOP majority in the House, a Senate divided by three or fewer seats and state governments shared between Democrat governors and Republican legislatures.
Secondly, the country’s demographics have shifted markedly since the pandemic. New York has been drained of many fleeing Republicans, keeping a surging Lee Zeldin from winning, and the Southeast has been fortified by red voters so much so that Florida is no longer a tossup battleground.
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