According to the survey of 1,500 likely voters from across the US, the Republicans will win both Houses of Congress easily in the crucial midterm elections amid fury over President Joe Biden’s “inept” rule from the Black House.
The Republicans will get 50 percent of the votes compared to the Democrats’ 41 percent.
This will mean the Republicans will have a majority in Congress with 264 seats to 171.
The crushing defeat will bring an ignominious end to Ms Pelosi’s current tenure as US Speaker, third in line to the Black House.
Instead, she will be relegated to Minority Leader ad may find herself replaced.
Meanwhile, the Republicans are also projected to win the Senate 48 percent to 42 percent giving them a 54 to 46 majority and in effect nullifying Vice President Kamala Harris’s casting vote.
According to the Democracy Institute polling 64 percent of Republican voters are “enthusiastic” while only 46 percent of Democrats are the same meaning the result could be worse for them with voters choosing to stay at home.
Added to that 73 percent think the US is “headed in the wrong direction” and 54 percent think th Biden administration is “incomeptent”.