Midterms 2018: Polling Recap October 28-31

October 31, 2018 by TWN Staff

NATIONAL

President Trump Job Approval:

  • Approve 48, Disapprove 51 (Rasmussen Reports,10/30)
  • Approve 40, Disapprove 54 (Gallup, 10/29)

Direction of Country:

Right Direction 43, Wrong Track 53 (Rasmussen Reports, 10/29)

SENATE

Arizona Senate: 

  • Sinema (D) 50, McSally (R) 44 (NBC News/Marist, 10/30)
  • Sinema (D) 47, McSally (R) 44 (CBS/YouGov, 10/28)

Florida Senate:

  • Nelson (D) 45, Scott (R) 43 (USA Today/Suffolk, 10/30)
  • Nelson (D) 47, Scott (R) 46 (UNF, 10/30)
  • Nelson (D) 46, Scott (R) 46 (CBS/YouGov, 10/28)
  • Nelson (D) 48, Scott (R) 46 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/28)

Indiana Senate: 

Braun (R) 46, Donnelly (D) 43, Benton (I) 3 (CBS/YouGov, 10/28)

Michigan Senate:

  • Stabenow (D) 52, James (R) 43 (Emerson, 10/29)
  • Stabenow (D) 53, James (R) 36 (Detroit News/WDIV-TV, 10/29)

Montana Senate: 

Tester (D) 48, Rosendale (R) 45 (Gravis, 10/30)

New Jersey Senate:

Menendez (D) 47, Hugin (R) 42 (Emerson, 10/29)

North Dakota Senate:

Cramer (R) 54, Heitkamp (D) 45 (Trafalgar Group, 10/30)

Ohio Senate:

Brown (D) 49, Renacci (R) 43 (Emerson, 10/30)

Tennessee Senate:

Blackburn (R) 51, Bredesen (D) 46 (NBC News/Marist, 10/31)

Texas Senate:

  • Cruz (R) 52, O’Rourke (D) 42 (CBS 11/Dixie Strategies, 10/30)
  • Cruz (R) 51, O’Rourke (D) 46 (Quinnipiac, 10/29)

HOUSE

CA-25: Knight (R) 48, Hill (D) 44 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/29)

CA-50: Hunter (R) 48, Campa-Najjar (D) 45 (KGTV-TV/SurveyUSA, 10/30)

IA-03: Axne (D) 43, Young (R) 41 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/28)

KS-02: 

  • Davis (D) 41, Watkins (R) 37 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/31)
  • Watkins (R) 48, Davis (D) 41 (Emerson, 10/30)

KS-03: Davids (D) 55, Yoder (R) 43 (Emerson, 10/30)

MT-At Large: Gianforte (R) 48, Williams (D) 48 (Gravis, 10/30)

NC-02: Holding (R) 49, Coleman (D) 40 (Civitas/SurveyUSA, 10/30)

NC-09: Harris (R) 45, McCready (D) 44 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/31)

NM-01: Haaland (D) 51, Arnold-Jones (R) 41 (Emerson, 10/29)

NM-02: Herrell (R) 47, Small (D) 47 (Emerson, 10/29)

NY-11: Donovan (R) 44, Rose (D) 40 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/28)

NY-19: Delgado (D) 49, Faso (R) 44 (Monmouth, 10/30)

NY-24: Katko (R) 53, Balter (D) 39 (Siena, 10/28)

NY-27: Collins (R) 44, McMurray (D) 40 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/29)

PA-01: Fitzpatrick (R) 47, Wallace (D) 46 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/30)

PA-10: Perry (R) 49, Scott (D) 46 (Susquehanna, 10/30)

UT-04: McAdams (D) 50, Love (R) 43 (KUTV/Dixie Strategies, 10/30)

VA-07: Spanberger (D) 46, Brat (R) 45 (Christopher Newport University, 10/29)

GOVERNOR

Connecticut Governor:

Lamont (D) 47, Stefanowski (R) 43 (Quinnipiac, 10/30)

Florida Governor:

  • Gillum (D) 45, DeSantis (R) 44 (USA Today/Suffolk, 10/30)
  • Gillum (D) 49, DeSantis (R) 43 (UNF, 10/30)
  • Gillum (D) 48, DeSantis (R) 43 (NYTimes/Siena, 10/28)
  • Gillum (D) 47, DeSantis (R) 46 (CBS/YouGov, 10/28)

Georgia Governor:

Kemp (R) 47, Abrams (D) 48 (Fox 5 Atlanta/Opinion Savvy, 10/30)

Kansas Governor:

Kobach (R) 44, Kelly (D) 43, Orman (I) 8 (Emerson, 10/30)

Michigan Governor:

  • Whitmer (D) 52, Schuette (R) 41 (Emerson, 10/29)
  • Whitmer (D) 50, Schuette 38 (Detroit News/WDIV-TV, 10/29)

Ohio Governor:

Corday (D) 49, DeWine (R) 46 (Emerson, 10/30)

Oregon Governor:

Brown (D) 47, Buehler (R) 42 (Emerson, 10/30)

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