The Sunday Edition: President Donald Trump Tweetstorm

Some 250,000 jobs were created last month beating expectations

Some 250,000 jobs were created last month beating expectations

Overall, 42% of likely voters say their vote will be to express opposition to the president, while 28% say that it'll be to support him.

Speaking at a rally in Macon, Georgia, the president ramped up his hard-line rhetoric on immigration as he issued warnings about the caravan of migrants heading to the U.S. border with Mexico.

These queries buy into the general suspicion against migrants that Trump is fanning with great exuberance.

But they also will be regarded as a verdict on the President's personal style, ranging from his language (welcome to some ears, intemperate to others), the symbolism he employs (refreshing to some eyes, racist to others), his bearing (bold to some minds, vulgar to others), his recasting of the country's political character (an overdue re-evaluation of US immigration policy to some, a rash of nativist fear to others), even his lifestyle (honest and unvarnished to some, tasteless and tawdry to others).

Trump's job approval rating is basically unchanged from last month's poll among likely voters.

Former presidents seldom are outspoken opponents of their successors; with the exception of Herbert Hoover, who was an outspoken critic of Franklin Roosevelt and his New Deal, they generally merely seethe in private.

Democrats meantime insist that only they will protect the healthcare gains made under President Barack Obama, that Trump has employed inhumane measures to keep migrants out, and that the divisiveness he has fostered must end.

The current House has 236 Republicans and 193 Democrats, with six vacant seats. Just behind that, 47% each say the economy, corruption and gun policy are extremely important to their vote.

Money aside, Steyer said he and concerned voters everywhere have invested their hearts and souls into the fight to punish Trump's party. That stands at 37% among Republicans. "And [voters are] going to say Republicans have offered a record of results and Democrats are offering resistance and going back".

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To take control of the Senate, Democrats need to keep all the seats they now hold, and take two further seats, which is harder than it sounds.

On the question of whom they would prefer to control Congress, Democrats drew 50 percent of likely voters to Republicans' 43 percent. Now 235 are held by the Republicans and 193 by the Democrats with seven vacancies due to deaths.

Bredesen says politics "is a blood sport - but I've come here to show that there are other ways to campaign and to present your case to the people of Tennessee".

"I think when women are by themselves in a voting booth on Tuesday, they're going to vote for Republicans".

Of the 35 Senate seats that are facing polls, 26 were held by the Democrats.

The poll also finds 8 in 10 Americans think the country is more deeply divided this year on major issues than it has been in the past several years.

For while most of these elections are local contests - one figure with a regional reputation against another, some of whom are incumbents - there is a vital overlay to Tuesday's voting that can not be ignored: the fate, historically, legally, morally and politically, of Mr. Trump. That's about the same as said so in a CBS News poll conducted shortly after a Republican member of Congress was shot during a June 2017 Congressional baseball practice for a charity event.

The poll was conducted between November 1-3 and surveyed 774 likely voters and has a plus or minus 3.5 percentage point margin of error. A recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll indicated that the female support to him had gone further down to 38 percent.

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