Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Billionaire Republican Donor Will Fund Democrats 'For the Good of the Country'

Billionaire Republican Donor Will Fund Democrats 'For the Good of the Country'

So, in an astonishing flip, Klarman, at one point New England's most generous donor to Republicans, is taking his money elsewhere: He's heaping cash on Democrats.

But the Republican advantage in their five districts was only 46 percent to 44 percent, within the margin of error, compared with 23 points four years ago. Those who do say it's "extremely important" that the candidate have their views on Trump "favor the Democrats over Republicans by 11 points, 54 percent to 43 percent".

Gun policy has shown a strong presence with the poll finding that "M$3 ore than 4 in 10 registered voters say it is extremely important that candidates share their views on gun issues". Still, Trump continues to face majority disapproval at 56 percent, higher than any president at this stage since the dawn of modern polling, an indication that he remains a significant liability for Republicans on November's ballot.

Fifty-four percent of registered voters in New Jersey say they would vote or lean toward voting for the Democratic candidate in their district compared with 35 percent who would support the Republican candidate if the election was held now.

"Not merely will be new-jersey Democrats doing greater on the generic household ballot state wide, but also the change is coming nearly entirely out of districts now owned by the GOP". "If these results hold, we could be down to just one or two-or maybe even zero-Republican members in the state congressional delegation after November". A Reuters/Ipsos poll found older, white voters abandoning the Republican Party.

An NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll ran April 811 - exactly the exact time frame while the Post-ABC poll - found a 7-point advantage while in the generic congressional ballot for Democrats, right down from a 10-point border in March.

A March 29 CNN poll found the generic congressional ballot had tightened to a 6-point lead for Democrats.

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As the Trump administration descends into chaos and the Republican Party readies to implode before the midterm elections, extremist Democrats seem eager to seize the opportunity to push a radical left agenda ("Resistance warriors to plot midterm attack", April 12). Several polls have shown heightened support for restrictions aimed at curbing gun violence following February's massacre in Parkland.

Many New Jerseyans aren't fans of the new federal tax law, either. As a whole, the group splits almost evenly, with 47 percent supporting Democrats and 46 percent backing Republicans.

The political climate has not been hospitable to Republicans, who see the governorship and state legislature controlled by Democrats.

Many Republicans are trying to make Democratic leader Pelosi a focus of their campaigns.

Democrats enjoy a 19-point advantage in New Jersey for the 2018 midterm elections among registered voters, according to a Monmouth University poll released Monday. Among Republicans, she is well-known and widely disliked, with 74 percent holding unfavorable views of her, 63 percent strongly.

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".

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