Election 2018 Polls: A Divided Congress?

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Donald Trump at the U.N. General Assembly in New York on September 25, 2018.
Donald Trump at the U.N. General Assembly in New York on September 25, 2018. | (Screenshot: YouTube/C-SPAN)

RealClearPolitics averaged a series of polls from such prominent entities as Rasmussen Reports, Gallup, Quinnipiac, and NPR/Marist, among others.

In a report accessed Monday, RCP reported that President Donald Trump had a job approval rating of 43.2 percent and a disapproval rating of 53 percent.

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This represents a very slight decline in support from last week, when RCP reported President Trump having a 43.6 percent approval rating.

For their generic congressional vote, also accessed on Monday morning, RCP had the Democrats ahead with 48.6 percent, with the Republicans having 41.3 percent.

This represents an increase in support for both parties since last week, when Democrats had 47.4 percent, while the Republicans had 40.8 percent.

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