Dem pollster: If held today, midterms would look like 1994

Voters are angry about the economy and the Democrats’ infighting in Congress, Greenberg said. “Right now they are just interested in punishing Democrats for not getting the job done, and in some cases getting it done badly. They [are] relishing an opportunity to bloody the Democrats.”

But he added there is hope for Dems. He said even though the Democratic Party was at a “low point” it should recover by November.

“Healthcare was totally a six month debate among Democrats – debating each other, making special deals and [being] divided and failing,” he said. “We’ll never be given six months of an ugly, congressional inconclusive battle for the country to watch.”