Rich Lowry passes on some dire news for McCain:

Voters who are undecided in their vote for President are unfavorable to President Bush by a greater than 2:1 margin; or 26% favorable to 60% unfavorable. Voters who are undecided in the generic ballot for Congress also have a majority unfavorable opinion of President Bush – 29% favorable / 56% unfavorable.

And Obama is already well ahead among those who have decided. We're looking at the fruition of Karl Rove's tactics: a potentially historic wipe-out of the GOP.

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