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Dems Open Up A Big Lead On Eve Of Midterms, But Trump Gets High Marks On The Economy: IBD/TIPP Poll

With voter interest in the midterm elections at historic heights, Democrats opened up a 9-point lead over Republicans on the question of who should control Congress after the midterm elections, while President Donald Trump's approval rating remained unchanged at 40%, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll.

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Question For Midterm Voters: Are You Better Off Than You Were Two Years Ago?

President Reagan won a landslide election in 1980 when he asked voters a simple question: "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" Voters knew they weren't. Midterm voters should be asking themselves that same question now, before casting their ballots next Tuesday. Only this time, the answer is yes.

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The 2018 elections: Will it be a Blue Wave or a Red Ripple?

I was driving along a country road in Monmouth County the other day when I came upon a farm stand.

I pulled over to pick up some produce and got to talking with the lady who ran the stand. The subject turned to politics. It turned out she was a big Donald Trump supporter.

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Tax-Cut Popularity Surges, Dem 'Blue Wave' May Have Crested: IBD/TIPP Poll

The more the public learns about the Republican-passed tax cuts, which took effect in January, the more they like them, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll, which also found President Trump's favorability continuing to climb, as the Democrats' chances of a wave election in November appear to diminish.

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9 Biggest Losers Of The GOP's Epic 2014 Midterm Win

The Republican Party was obviously the big winner on Tuesday. But the midterm elections also produced some notable losers, chief among them the president and his big-government policies.

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How Election 2014 could create a Charlie Brown Congress

If Republicans win control of the Senate on Nov. 4 – and thus gain full control of Congress – it just might be that more gets done in Washington, rather than less, that dysfunction sputters into some semblance of function, and that Republicans and President Obama cooperate a bit more with each other.

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O-No: Voters More Apt To Oppose Obama Backers By 2-1

Voters heading to the polls next week are increasingly downbeat about the direction of the country and the economy, are concerned about Ebola and largely oppose President Obama's plans on immigration, the latest IBD/TIPP poll finds.

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Democrats Face Trouble In Red And Blue States: Poll

The latest IBD/TIPP poll points to big trouble for Democrats in the November midterm elections, as support for President Obama hits record lows, and as voters in so-called red states — home to several competitive Senate races — are more downbeat about the economy, ObamaCare, and Obama's performance.

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Republicans Are In Danger Of Losing Their Tea Party Mojo

Republicans look ready to throw in the towel on shrinking the nation's gargantuan debt. With 10 months to go before midterm elections, it's yet another slap in the face to the GOP's most enthusiastic supporters.

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Dems Are the Out-of-Touch Extremists

We keep hearing about how the Republican Party is full of radical Tea Party crazies. But our latest IBD/TIPP Poll shows that it's Democrats who are out of touch with reality and well outside the mainstream.

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