Republican outlook to get to at least a 50-50 split in the US Senate is very good, while a 51-seat outright majority probably sits at slightly better than half. The reality is that the Democrats have far too many seats to defend in far too many states that are likely to vote for Mitt Romney and the Republican Party in 2012. The GOP is still riding high from the tea party movement that started in 2009 and Republicans have been posting large fundraising totals on a regular basis. Almost all of the momentum has been riding with conservatives for the past three years and a repeat of 2010 (6 net seats) is not entirely out of the question.
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