The 2014 midterm elections are just one week away now. A new CNN-ORC poll shows that 69% of voters are angry about the direction the country is headed. In the Midwest, South and even the West, Barack Obama faces job disapproval numbers above 50%. This could have a great bearing on the outcome of US Senate races in key states like Iowa, Colorado and Georgia. Over at Real Clear Politics, Republican candidates are leading in six of the top ten Senate races. Democrats only have the lead in three, though in Kansas it is a Democrat masquerading as an Independent, and in Georgia, the race is considered a tie. RCP is still predicting that the GOP will pick up 7 Senate seats, giving them a majority with 52.