If midterm elections were held right now, 43% of interviewees would vote for GOP candidates and the same amount for Democrats, according to the nonpartisan US think tank based in Washington, D.C.
Regarding race, 37% of Whites said they would support the Blue Party, while 51% backed up Republicans.
In contrast, 72% of African-Americans said they would vote for any Democrat, compared to 7% who would support a Republican.
Likewise, the survey -rolled out from March 7 to 13- reflected that as voters age, they tend to better favor GOPers.
This data comes with only a few months to November midterm elections, as Democrats seek to keep control of their fragile 50-50 advantage in Senate and their slim majority in the House.
Analysts consider it so hard for Democrats to win while US President Joe Biden´s approval rating progressively plummets, which dropped to a low of 40% as a result of domestic inflation and his response to the Ukraine conflict.