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A new 50-state breakdown of President Trump’s job approval ratings suggests he can still boost Republican candidates in key Senate races this fall.
June was Trump’s best month for approval nationally since January and his second strongest among Republicans since April 2017, according to Morning Consult. Still, the president is 7 points underwater, with a 51 percent disapproval rating, and the firm’s polling found a partisan enthusiasm gap: only 49 percent of Republicans strongly approve of Trump while 71 percent of Democrats strongly disapprove.
But the battle for control of the Senate will be fought on largely red terrain. Ten Democratic senators are running for reelection in states Trump carried in 2016, and several of them are competing where he remains popular now.
The article goes on to state the following:
Trump’s approval rating in West Virginia stood at 60 percent in June, with 36 percent disapproving. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin is facing Republican Attorney General Patrick Morrisey in a competitive race this fall after Trump intervened to preventing a weaker candidate from emerging out of the GOP primary.
In Montana, Trump boasted 52 percent approval to 44 percent disapproval. That’s unwelcome news for Democratic Sen. Jon Tester, who is being challenged by GOP state Auditor Matt Rosendale.
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