24 MoveOn polls show GOP could lose House in wake of shutdown

Twenty-four new surveys in GOP-held House districts, commissioned by MoveOn.org and conducted in the wake of the government shutdown, make clear that Republicans could easily lose control of the House if the next election were held today. The surveys challenge conventional wisdom that gerrymandering has put the House out of reach for Democrats and indicate the shutdown has significant electoral implications.

A memo from Jim Williams of Public Policy Polling that provides an overview of the results follows:

GOP could lose the House in 2014

For more detail, click here to view a district-by-district snapshot of the results.

Full results from each district follow:

Public Policy Polling Survey Results
Oct 2-4, 2013 for MoveOn.org Political Action
CA-10 See Poll Details
CA-21 See Poll Details
CA-31 See Poll Details
CO-06 See Poll Details
FL-02 See Poll Details
FL-10 See Poll Details
FL-13 See Poll Details
IA-03 See Poll Details
IA-04 See Poll Details
KY-06 See Poll Details
IL-13 See Poll Details
MI-01 See Poll Details
MI-07 See Poll Details
MI-11 See Poll Details
NV-03 See Poll Details
NY-11 See Poll Details
NY-19 See Poll Details
NY-23 See Poll Details
OH-06 See Poll Details
OH-14 See Poll Details
PA-07 See Poll Details
PA-08 See Poll Details
VA-02 See Poll Details
WI-07 See Poll Details

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