GOP Turnout Up All Across The Country Compared To 2018
The 2022 midterms are looking better and better for the GOP.
Turnout in key states all across the country is way up for the GOP.
GOP TURNOUT: 2018 VS 2022
TX PRIMARIES: +27% from 2018
NORTH CAROLINA: +109%!
WEST VIRGINIA: +9%
2021 VIRGINIA GOV: +41.5% from 2017
NJ GOV: +40%
✅ AVERAGE: +39.67%
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) May 19, 2022
Republican primary voters showed up in droves to take part in Tuesday’s contests, a good early sign for GOP hopes to regain the House and Senate this fall.
As of midday Wednesday, Republican voters made up 54.9% of the turnout in Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon and Pennsylvania, according to data compiled by JMC Analytics & Polling.
That figure jumps to 60.9% of turnout when all 10 states that have held primaries so far this year are included.
“In every state where I’ve been measuring turnout changes relative to previous midterms, I’m seeing a clear advantage on the Republican side,” JMC Analytics founder John Couvillon told The Post, adding that the picture was the exact opposite in 2018, when Democrats took control of the House with a net gain of 41 seats.