Polling on the topic of President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus crisis has been a mixed bag, with several polling outfits showing a split among the American people on his job performance, and some even showing a net positive rating.
With just two and one-half months until the midterm elections it is clear that Democrats will use as a major campaign issue the excessive amount of corruption in the Trump administration.
What is also clear is that Republicans will NOT be campaigning on the issue that President Donald Trump repeatedly campaigned on during his 2016 election: that he would “hire the best people” for his administration.
If pollsters at Monmouth University are correct, the Republican Party this year will lose all five of the seats it currently holds in the U.S. House of Representatives. This would be a substantial percentage of the 23 seats needed to give Democrats control of Congress after the 2018 midterm elections.
A Monmouth Poll finds former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is polling just 7 percent with likely Iowa Republican caucus voters.