Democrats flawless art of delay while Republicans fume over Trump nominees

Jul 20, 2017, 00:49
Democrats flawless art of delay while Republicans fume over Trump nominees

Nor does either side have an edge in enthusiasm: Eighty-four percent of anti-Trump registered voters say it's extremely or very important to them to vote to oppose him in the midterms. Historically, the party in the White House tends to lose congressional seats in midterm elections.

Despite this, most voters are in favor of a Democratic majority in Congress.

Note: 75 percent of registered voters did not vote for Trump.

Even if Democrats can take advantage of Trump's unpopularity and the recent trouble Republicans have had in agreeing on legislation, few seats in the Senate will be available to them in 2018.

Furthermore, not everyone who disagrees with Republicans is a Democrat.

The fundraising disparity comes on the heels of the state Democratic Party suffering deep losses in the fall election and as it gears up to help U.S. Sen.

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Trump has enjoyed widespread support in these counties for his willingness to negotiate with American companies on an individual basis to prevent the firms from outsourcing jobs overseas.

There's no significant difference between Republicans and Republican-leaning independents who say Trump is making significant progress toward his goals as president and those leaning Republicans who say he is not.

More than a third of self-identified liberals (34%) said the Democratic Party stood for nothing but opposing Trump, while 56% felt it stood for something more. More than half of voters said that Trump is not an influence on their decision.

A new poll from The Washington Post/ABC News should serve as an early warning for the Democratic party intent on taking back the House and Senate.

The NBC/WSJ poll, conducted July 8-12, surveyed a total of 600 adults in the 439 counties and has an overall margin of error of plus-minus 4.0 percentage points. Of the 33 seats in that chamber being contested, 25 belong to Democrats or independents who caucus with them.