The Democratic Party of U.S. President Barack Obama has lost control of the House of Representatives on the results of the midterm elections in the U.S. Congress, but retained a majority in the Senate.
The new balance of power in the lower house of Congress may lead to additional difficulties for Barack Obama during his legislative initiatives.
In the U.S., a fully elected lower house of Congress and 37 of the 100 senators. Moreover, Americans elect governors in 37 of the 50 states of the country.
In the Senate, Republicans are not able to select the majority in the Democratic Party.
During the campaign, Republicans have focused their attention on the economic failures of the current administration, accusing the party of Obama's "razbazarvanni budget."
Decline in the popularity of Democrats political analysts attributed to high expectations about the rapid recovery from the crisis and solutions to social problems, as well as the fact that Obama has failed to fully implement its electoral program.