It makes me feel so good to hit "sleazebags" back -- much better than seeing a psychiatrist (which I never have!)— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 19, 2012
A new national Fox News poll shows Clinton beating Trump by 10 percentage points, 49 percent to 39 percent — Clinton’s strongest post-convention national performance yet.And there may be emerging evidence that Trump is dragging down Republican candidates in Senate races:
In Pennsylvania, a state most observers believe is a must-win for Trump considering how the electoral math is shaping up, Franklin & Marshall has a new poll showing him trailing Clinton by 11 points — 49 percent to 38 percent.
In New Hampshire, another swing state that was believed to be relatively close, WBUR has a new poll giving Clinton a massive 15 point lead over Trump (47 percent to 32 percent).
And in Michigan — traditionally a Democratic state but one the Trump campaign had fantasized about winning as part of a "Rust Belt" strategy — Trump is down at a dismal 32 percent compared to Clinton’s 41 percent, according to Detroit News and WDIV-TV.
Worse yet for Republicans, Trump’s dreadful performance also looks to be imperiling their hopes to keep the Senate.Harry Enten at fivethirtyeight has more on this, taking a look at whether Trump's candidacy could lead to Democrats re-taking their majority. He notes Trump's unpopularity in ten key Senate battlegrounds:
The new New Hampshire poll shows Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R) down by 10 points to her challenger, Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) — a dreadful result for an incumbent. And in Pennsylvania, Sen. Pat Toomey (R), who’s believed by political professionals to be a much stronger candidate than his challenger Katie McGinty (D) — is losing by 1 point as well.
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