Priorities USA, a top Democratic super PAC, cautioned Democrats Tuesday to stay focused on economic messaging in the lead up to the midterms because diverting attention elsewhere could cost them the election.
The noise coming from Democrats last week centered around immigration, as party leaders in the House tried to pressure Republicans for a commitment on legislation to help so-called Dreamers.
Only 35 percent of undecided voters approve of Trump, compared to 50 percent who disapprove.
Undecideds aren’t typically reliable voters in a midterm but Democrats also lead Republicans on voter enthusiasm ten months out.
It was compiled in partnership with Global Strategy Group and GarinHartYang Research Group, two top Democratic political consulting firms.