New Jersey Democrats in Strong Position to Flip GOP Districts

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But the rise of Donald Trump shocked and dismayed Klarman, as did the timid response from the Republican-controlled House and #Senate, which have acquiesced rather than challenge the president's erratic and divisive ways. Almost 68 percent of both Republican-leaning and Democratic-leaning registered voters say they are certain they will vote in November elections, which contrasts with the Post-ABC polling before the 2010 and 2014 midterm cycles.

The gap between support for Democrats and Republicans in House races has narrowed considerably since January, The Washington Post and ABC News poll notes. Because most of the seats are either open or already held by a Republican, the funds raised by Democrats are spread among more candidates vying for their party's nomination.

Democrats have a 19-point advantage over Republicans in the generic House ballot among all registered voters in New Jersey, according to a Monmouth University Poll released Monday. In the five House seats now held by a Republican, 46 percent of voters prefer the GOP candidate and 44 percent the Democrat.

Participants take part in the March for Our Lives Rally in NY on March 24, 2018.

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Soon thereafter, search divers entered the water and were able to feel what they believed to be a person inside of the vehicle. They were reported missing on April 8 when they failed to show up for a visit at their relatives place in San Jose.

Three-quarters of voters who prioritize enacting new gun laws support Democrats for Congress, whereas 80 percent of likely voters who believe gun rights are more important support Republicans. He still faces a disapproval rating of 56 percent, according to poll, which is a higher rating than any president at this stage since the dawn of modern polling. "They have a lot more money to spend". Thirty-five percent of registered voters in this poll say it's important to them to support a candidate who shares their view on Pelosi, including 43 percent of those who see her favorably and 38 percent of those who see her unfavorably.

He has cut checks to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other top Democrats in the House and Senate. (This is much less negative than Trump's 57-36 percent unfavorable-favorable score, albeit with a substantially higher share of don't knows.) As such, Pelosi's impact looks like a wash overall - except, potentially, in terms of motivating the Republican base. The other four Republicans and all nine Democratic senators and representatives voted no. In December, 35% said Democrats would be best, while 30% said Republicans. Only 28 percent back GOP ones.

Democrats once had a 10 point lead "among all adults", but that has fallen "to 4 points among registered voters and 5 points among those who say they're both registered and certain to vote". The margin of error was plus or minus 3.27 percentage points.

The survey was produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates of NY, N.Y., with sampling, data collection and tabulation by Abt Associates of Rockville, Md.

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