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Democrats have a 19-point advantage over Republicans in the generic House ballot among all registered voters in New Jersey, according to a Monmouth University Poll released Monday. "For the good of the country, the Democrats must take back one or both houses of Congress". So, in an astonishing flip, Klarman, at one point New England's most generous donor to Republicans, is taking his money elsewhere: He's heaping cash on Democrats.

Three months ago, moreover, the two parties ran about evenly among registered voters with no more than a high school diploma, and among white women without college degrees. That could reflect economic improvement making its way to less-educated, lower-income groups; in a weekly survey by Bloomberg, consumer sentiment was its best in 17 years last week. Despite this, the poll found "that neither party holds an advantage among the 42 percent of voters who say it's "extremely important" that a congressional candidate share their view on the issue".

Three-quarters of voters who prioritize enacting new gun laws support Democrats for Congress, whereas 80 percent of likely voters who believe gun rights are more important support Republicans.

And 45 percent disapproved of the Republican tax bill, which disproportionately affected New Jersey and other high-tax states by capping the federal deduction for state and local taxes.

Participants take part in the March for Our Lives Rally in NY on March 24, 2018. He donated $5,400 to Hillary Clinton's campaign once Trump became the GOP's candidate for the general election. His average approval rating at 15 months in office is the lowest on record for any president in polling, dating to the Truman administration.

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Gun policy has shown a strong presence with the poll finding that "M$3 ore than 4 in 10 registered voters say it is extremely important that candidates share their views on gun issues". More than 6 in 10 voters, 61 percent, disapproved of the job he was doing as president, compared with 35 percent who viewed his performance positively. The added cash will help Democrats pour more money into advertising and voter outreach efforts. But many more registered voters are unfavorable toward Trump than favorable, which keeps Trump as more of a vulnerability for the GOP. The poll found that in accordance with the average border Democrats appreciated within those districts in 2014 and 2016, the candidate was preferred by voters to the Republican candidate 59% to 28 percent, at such 7 districts united.

He has cut checks to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other top Democrats in the House and Senate.

Overall, 47 percent of registered voters told WaPo they prefer Democratic candidates in their district, while 43 percent favor the GOP.

The Post-ABC poll was conducted April 8-11 among a random national sample of 1,002 adults reached on cellphones and landline telephones. Among a broader group of voting-age adults, the Democrats' margin is 10 points, 50 percent to 40 percent.

The survey was produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates of NY, N.Y., with sampling, data collection and tabulation by Abt Associates of Rockville, Md.