Trump promotes record job numbers as a reason why the GOP should win the midterm exams, since a new poll shows it with a high approval rating and Democrats winning in November
- The best jobs in the history of our great country! Many other things equally. Then, why would not we win the partial exams? & # 39; Twitted President Trump.
- And a new poll by NBC News / Wall Street Journal shows that its approval rating is 47 percent, the highest in the survey's history
- But the poll also shows Democrats leading by 9 points in the November elections.
Emily Goodin, U.S. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com
President Donald Trump is promoting the high number of jobs as the reason why his Republican Party should win the midterms, as a new poll shows him with a high approval rating and the Democrats winning in November.
The best jobs in the history of our great country! Many other things equally. Then, why would not we win the partial exams? The others can never do even so well! Think of what will happen to your now beautiful 401-k's! & # 39; Wrote Trump on Sunday.
The unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in September, the lowest since December 1969.
President Donald Trump is promoting high numbers of jobs as the reason why his Republican Party should win partial exams
But a new poll shows Democrats winning in November
Trump and the Republicans have made the strong economy a central reason to keep his party in power next year.
And a new poll by NBC News / Wall Street Journal shows Trump with his highest job rating so far as president, but he also has Democrats with a 9-point lead in the November election.
The approval of Trump's work among registered voters reached 47 percent with 49 percent disapproval.
That is his highest rating as president in the NBC / WSJ poll, the network said.
Women, Latinos and young voters are fueling the Democratic leadership over Republicans, even when the Republican Party receives high marks for their work in the economy.
In the poll, 50 percent of likely voters prefer democratic congressional control over the 41 percent who want Republicans to stay in power.
But Republicans have a 15-point lead in the question of which party deals best with the economy, its biggest advantage in this question in the history of the poll, NBC noted.
Republicans also have a 17-point advantage in the trade, a 3-point lead in handling the Supreme Court nomination process and a 1-point advantage in changing the way Washington works.
Democrats have an advantage of 29 points in terms of women's interests, an 18-point advantage in health care, an 8-point advantage in attention to the middle class and a four-point advantage in immigration .
When asked what would be the most important factors in deciding their vote, 38 percent said the economy and jobs; 31 percent said that medical care, 23 percent said it had changed the way things work; and 22 percent said they looked after the middle class and immigration.
"It's a barn," Republican pollster Bill McInturff told NBC News, who conducted the poll with Democratic pollster Fred Yang and Hart Research Associates.