Voters in the US Senate elections are not optimistic even though the economy improved with six months of growth, gasoline below $3/gallon for the first time in last four years and considerable deficit reduction. However, voters are tired from economic struggles and threats posed by the Islamic State and the spread of Ebola virus.
As Republicans express confidence over winning at least six seats in the elections, the polls painted a different picture suggesting most races are too close to call. States participating in these Senate elections are Georgia Louisiana, Alaska, Colorado and Iowa, Colorado, New Hampshire and Florida.
Source: NY Times