Democrats are in a “dead heat” for control of the House, according to a new poll, with an ABC News/Washington Post poll showing President Donald Trump leading Democratic challenger Rep. Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) by nine points.
The poll also found that Trump’s approval rating has plummeted to 43 percent, and his disapproval rating to 37 percent, according the survey, conducted on Feb. 5-8.
It found that just 17 percent of voters approve of Trump’s job performance, while 54 percent disapprove.
The president’s numbers have taken a major hit since last summer, when he was elected president.
His approval rating dropped to 45 percent in January.
It has since climbed to 56 percent.
The two candidates are competing to represent California’s 10th Congressional District in the House of Representatives. “
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The two candidates are competing to represent California’s 10th Congressional District in the House of Representatives.
Trump has been in the White House since January.
The survey found that 46 percent of registered voters surveyed supported the president’s agenda and 44 percent were opposed to it.
Another 19 percent were unsure.
The Democratic nominee for House speaker, Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.), has been one of the most vocal critics of Trump during his time in office.
In February, Waters criticized Trump’s decision to fire Comey, calling it a “very sad day” for the nation.
The Associated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, which conducts the poll, asked respondents to name the top three issues that are driving them to vote.
The top three are jobs, national security and the economy.
Trump’s overall job approval rating is 52 percent, with 40 percent disapproving and 21 percent not sure.
Pelosi’s rating, at 44 percent, is a little better at 38 percent, but she is the only candidate with a negative rating.
The President has also taken a hit from his health care law, which has caused a major financial crisis for many Americans.
In addition, Trump’s administration has repeatedly pushed back against a growing number of protests against his policies and policies.
Pelosi has been a strong supporter of the President’s agenda, and she has criticized the protesters who have rallied in the streets over the past few months.
Pelosi was one of several House Democrats to speak out against Trump during the 2017 inauguration, including California’s John Burton and Alaska’s Brian Smith.
The California Democrat has said she will not support the President in 2018, saying that she is “not in the mood for another four years.”