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Dems experience low approval rating

Breitbart: Morning Consult: ‘Declines in Net Approval Ratings’ for Nine of Ten Democratic Senators Running for Re-Election in States Trump Won.

Nine of the ten incumbent Democratic senators running for re-election in 2018 in states President Trump won in 2016 have seen “declines in net approval ratings” between the first and fourth quarters of 2017, Morning Consult reported on Tuesday.

These nine vulnerable Democratic senators up for re-election in 2018, and their corresponding drop in net approvals, are:

1. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) has seen his net approval drop 18 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +25 in the first quarter to +7 in the fourth quarter.

2. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) has seen her net approval drop 11 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +28 in the first quarter to +17 in the fourth quarter.

3. Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) has seen his net approval drop 9 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +20 in the first quarter to +11 in the fourth quarter.

4. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) has seen her net approval drop 8 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +8 in the first quarter to zero in the fourth quarter.

5. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) has seen his net approval drop 8 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +24 in the first quarter to +16 in the fourth quarter.

6. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) has seen his net approval drop 6 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +20 in the first quarter to +14 in the fourth quarter.

7. Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) has seen her net approval drop 6 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +6 in the first quarter to zero in the fourth quarter.

8. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has seen his net approval drop 4 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +22 in the first quarter to +18 in the fourth quarter.

9. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) has seen his net approval drop 2 percent since the first quarter of 2017, going from +27 in the first quarter to +25 in the fourth quarter.

Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) is the only Democratic senator up for re-election in 2018 in a state won by President Trump who has not seen a decline in net approval. Neither has she seen an increase in her net approval, however, which remains at +9 in the fourth quarter of 2017, exactly the same level as in the first quarter.

The biggest loser in net approval is Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), who is running for re-election in New Jersey, a state President Trump did not win. keep reading.


12 Comments on Dems experience low approval rating

  1. I still can’t believe there are that many brain-dead Lib-Tards out there to keep putting these Jackasses in office.

    Ha ha, just kidding. Half the population is as dumb as a post how else do you explain the votes Hillary got?

  2. ABC News keeps telling me Trump has the approval rating of dog shit on the bottom of birkenstocks.

    They also tell me illegal aliens are all nice MS-13 gang members, Hillary didn’t violate a half dozen federal laws with her handling of classified information, and nobody at the FBI tried to stick a presidential candidate with a two pronged attack just because they hated him.

    Donald Trump did indeed commit a venal sin.

    He isn’t Hillary.

  3. Ha Ha! Debbie Stabenow doesn’t know it yet, but Michigan has gained two voters who will pull the lever for anyone but her (hopefully it will be John James).

    So, Dbag Debbie, you might as well quit now.

  4. I’m just a lay man. just a regular deplorable, but if a fellow came into my house in want, I would most likely help him, so would my wife. But after being helped, fed. and clothed, he gave me the finger and told me to go fuck myself, I would get pissed off and throw him to fuck out with a lump from a baseball bat. That’s what America needs to do. How fucking simple is it? I agree with Rush.
    Today’s demorats want to “fundamentally change America.”
    Fight them!

  5. But, the party of the President is supposed to lose seats in midterm elections. Nancy just has to become Speaker again. The democrats are ahead in the national generic congressional poll.

  6. In off year elections the voters tend to be older, therefore more Republican. Who cares what these early numbers say?

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