New Hampshire is one of nine states with a competitive 2022 senate contest. A new poll by Morning Consult has Joe Biden’s approval rate underwater among all New Hampshire voters and cratering nationwide and in the Granite State among suburban voters.
Overall, Biden is now -2 net disapproval in New Hampshire according to the Morning Consult and +1 among New Hampshire suburban voters. That compares to +7 overall and +13 among suburban voters in the Granite State in Q1.
Biden is further underwater among suburban voters in the three other swing states with incumbent Democrats up in 2022. Biden is -14 among suburban voters in Arizona, -4 in Georgia and -14 in Nevada.
The New Hampshire 2022 Senate contest will likely pit retired Brigadier General Don Bolduc against incumbent Maggie Hassan. General Bolduc was a recent a guest on the GOUSA Opportunity Report and was a speaker at GOUSA’s 2021 OppCon.
The New Hampshire senate race will be close with Bolduc just 5 points behind Hassan in a hypothetical matchup according to the University of New Hampshire.
Tying the incumbent to Biden’s policies and championing policies that appeal to suburban voters as well as all voters in New Hampshire may be the key to flipping the New Hampshire senate seat.
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