President Obama's approval rating sunk to 44 percent. That�s down from just two weeks ago.
But he's still more popular than Democrats, Republicans and the Tea Party.
"The Republicans were driving the economy like a car, and they drove it into the ditch," said President Obama.
Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin said, "The nation's car isn't really just stuck in a ditch. No, it's still moving forward. And we're getting closer and closer to a cliff."
Congressman John Boehner, who could be the next Speaker Of The House, told Ohio Sunday...he's excited.
�I'm having a big baby on Tuesday night!" said Boehner.
"They're going to say 'You blew it, President Obama,'" said Palin.
In fact, just over half of likely voters say they'll vote Republican Tuesday. Nearly half want Republicans in charge. Democrats still had the edge two weeks ago.
Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour said, "There's no question that this midterm election is a referendum on Obama's policies."
But it's also about Capitol Hill. Nearly half of likely voters say they'd wipe out Congress altogether if they could, but 51 percent want to give their own representative another chance.
DNC Chairman Tim Kaine said, "They're proud of the party, proud of the President, proud of the accomplishments."
A mixed bag, but one that's looking more red, than blue.