Republicans are making huge voter registration gains in Pennsylvania.
For every one Republican that has switched to the Democrat party four Democrats have switched to the Republican party.
Former Democrats converting to the Republican Party are surging in Pennsylvania, with four times the number of former Democrats registering as Republicans as vice versa in the battleground state.
The latest data from Pennsylvania’s State Department showed that four Democrats have switched to the Republican Party for every one Republican who did the opposite this year. With several contentious statewide elections, including a Senate race that could determine control of the chamber, the gains signal widespread dissatisfaction with President Joe Biden and the broader Democratic agenda. The rate of conversion is the highest anywhere in the country in at least the last 10 years, Reuters reported this week.
Democrats are beginning to lose ground in Philadelphia County.
Philadelphia County, PA:
In Philly, democrats used to have an 8-1 voter registration advantage over Republicans.
Today, it’s 797,772 (D) to 116,577 (R).
Since the beginning of 2022, 1,315 democrats switched from 🔵🔜🔴.
Persistent water can cut through rock.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) April 3, 2022
This comes as Joe Biden’s approval sinks lower and lower.