Bad news, Democrats.
The crowd most likely to vote on Nov. 2 is a lot more Republican and a lot more conservative than the one that gave Congress to the GOP in 1994.
So says a new Gallup survey that forecasts Republican and conservative majorities at polling stations for the congressional mid-term elections.
Fifty-seven percent of people who call themselves likely voters are Republican or lean Republican, while 54 percent are conservative, according to Gallup.
Compare that to pre-election polling data from 1994 which showed likely voters to be 49 percent Republican and 40 percent conservative.
Meanwhile, Democrats have slipped from 33 percent of likely voters to 30 percent over the course of those same 16 years.