Partisan Trends: R's Fall To Lowest Point In Nearly Two Years
In April, the number of adults not affiliated with either major party increased by 1.6 percentage points, while the number identifying themselves as Republicans decreased 1.3 percentage points.
This marks the lowest level for Republicans since July 2008.
The number of Democrats remained relatively constant, compared to last month. Following the historic health care reform debate, the percentage of adults identifying themselves as Democrats is now at 36.0% and the number of Republicans at 31.6%, while 32.5% say they are not affiliated with either major party.