Voters who plan to pull the lever for the GOP are more enthusiastic than their Democratic counterparts, a new Pew poll finds.
58% of those who plan to vote GOP said they're "very enthusiastic" about their vote, compared to 42% who said the same of Democrats. (If you combine the "very or somewhat enthusiastic" responses, GOP leads 86% to 79%, which is not a huge difference).
The poll also found that voters' anti-incumbent sentiment doesn't necessarily apply to their own lawmakers. 52% want to re-elect their representative, but only 34% said "most representatives" should be re-elected.