Capitol Report: November shock? Republicans could still control Congress after the midterms, polls suggest

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A woman dressed as a suffragette casts her ballot for the midterm elections at the Polk County Election Office in Des Moines on Oct. 8, the first day of early voting in Iowa.

With less than three weeks to go before the midterm elections, there are signs a “blue wave” may not wash across Washington, in a move that could have big implications for U.S. stocks DJIA, -1.27% and other financial assets.

Recent analysis shows the possibility that Democrats could fall short of the seats required to take the majority in the House of Representatives. Republicans’ numbers are trending up in one snapshot of the generic ballot.

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