‘Red Wave’ Becoming More Likely in Eyes of Political Forecasters

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Election forecasters changed their predictions Wednesday on the expected outcomes of four November midterm elections.

They based those decisions partly on the way voters in four states cast ballots the day before. The changes signaled expectations of improved chances for victory for Republicans in two Texas congressional races and Vermont’s gubernatorial race.

Only one revised prediction showed diminished confidence in a Republican’s chances to win in the fall. That slight downgrade was aimed at the ability of incumbent Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) to hang on to his seat in the U.S. Senate. But Lee was still expected to prevail.

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