Beware, libs, your days may be numbered.
Read the recent findings from Rasmussen Reports:
58% Say Next President Likely To Be Republican
"Fifty-eight percent (58%) of likely voters say it is at least somewhat likely the next president of the United States will be a Republican, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.
The number has been trending in this direction since Democrat Barack Obama took office in January and is up 14 points since then.
Thirty-one percent (31%) of voters see it as Very Likely that the next president will be a Republican.
The survey was taken on Tuesday and Wednesday nights of this past week, but the question did not specify whether the next president will be elected in 2012 or 2016. Republicans recaptured the governorships of New Jersey and Virginia in elections on Tuesday
Just 29% of voters now say it is not very or not at all likely the next president will be from the GOP, the lowest level found all year and down nine points from January.
Sixty-six percent (66%) of men expect the next president to be a Republican, compared to 52% of women.
Eighty-five percent (85%) of Republicans see a member of their party winning the presidency as likely, including 57% who see it as very likely. Sixty percent (60%) of voters not affiliated with either major party think they're right, but just 31% of Democrats agree.
Looking less far ahead, a plurality (49%) of voters now say it is at least somewhat likely that Republicans will win control of Congress next year. Fifty-two percent (52%) say Republicans are the party most likely to gain seats in Congress in next year’s mid-term elections.
However, 73% of GOP voters think members of their party in Congress have lost touch with Republican voters throughout the nation.
Fifty-five percent (55%) of all voters expect politics in Washington, D.C. to become more partisan over the next year. Forty-eight percent (48%) think passing good legislation is a more important role for Congress that preventing bad legislation from becoming law. But nearly as many voters (46%) believe it’s more important for Congress to stop bad bills before they’re passed into law.
Forty-five percent (45%) of adults say they would be at least somewhat likely to vote for Obama if he was up for reelection right now. Forty-nine percent (49%) say they would be unlikely to vote for the president’s reelection.
Recent polling also shows that 27% of voters think Hillary Clinton would be doing a better job as president than Obama while 49% say she would be performing about the same."
UPDATE: Republicans Edge Ahead of Democrats in 2010 Vote, via Hot Air