— FiveThirtyEight (@FiveThirtyEight) September 11, 2018
In North Carolina, Democrats sense that could be a major voter backlash over GOP overreach on a range of issues, including the bathroom bill and gerrymandering. A must-read story from @AmyEGardner in Apex: https://t.co/a6PHh4UjYg
— Jenna Johnson (@wpjenna) September 11, 2018
Trump's approval rating is about the same as Obama's and Clinton's before their 1st mid-term election.
In 1994, Clinton's party lost 52 House seats and 8 Senate seats
In 2010, Obama's party lost 63 House seats and 6 Senate seats
— Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) September 11, 2018
GOP data firm gives roughly similar probabilities for Dems taking the House and Republicans keeping the Senate https://t.co/k1rJ4PS6Lz
— Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) September 11, 2018
Yeah I think so.
FWIW they should have been worried when the model said Rs had a 70% win probability. That's what Hillary Clinton had around Election Day. She had a real advantage, but obvs a win wasn't guaranteed. https://t.co/rgh4UYf35d
— David Byler (@databyler) September 11, 2018
— CNN (@CNN) September 11, 2018
— Slate (@Slate) September 10, 2018
NEW: There's a wholesale shift among Hollywood donors and activists this year. They're getting nerdy about midterm House races, checking Cook Political Report and fundraising for Democrats across the country. https://t.co/kzE72gWlYE
— Michelle Ye Hee Lee (@myhlee) September 10, 2018