Republican now They seem to be in good shape in the 2018 election.
This is quite a change from the beginning of the year when the party workers were in a situation which could be described as universal terror. Democrats in general were beating the GOP on the genetic ballot test, and failing to achieve anything close to President Donald Trump’s positive approval ratings led people to fear that Republicans were not in control of the US House of Representatives but the entire Congress Will lose, more than a few legislators and many of his hard-working majorities in state legislatures.
What has changed Trump’s numbers are up. Congressional Republicans closed the double-digit gap, at least for the time being, on the question of generic ballots, and moved mainly around the economy due to tax cuts and reforms and the president’s sluggish policies. . The economy has added 2.3 million new jobs and unemployment since January 2017 – now at 4.1 percent – to a 17-year low.
Thanks to an aggressive campaign to “sell” the new tax law to the American people, it is growing in popularity. A recent New York Times poll found 51 percent American Approval of the tax law now – an increase of 14 percentage points from December.
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The average unemployment rate in the entire country is Reduced to 32 states According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics with 186,000 manufacturing jobs in the last 12 months.
Business confidence has also increased. According to a survey by the National Federation of Independent Businesses, the country’s largest small business group, 32 percent Members of NFIB believe that now is a good time to expand – the highest level in the history of the survey.
Recovery, long overdue, has finally arrived. So far, 417 companies and counting have announced new investments, increments, bonuses and / or other benefits. Over 4.4 million employees have been positively affected. According to the White House, companies have invested $ 482 billion in total US investment. Democrats, meanwhile, continue to complain that the tax cuts have “crumpled” the amount in people’s pockets and should not be taken seriously.
Then why should the GOP be worried about the future? Well, to begin with, Democrats have succeeded in filling state legislative assembly seats in special elections in just about every region of the country. On Tuesday, he chose seats in the New Hampshire House (which Trump did easily in 2016) and the Senate House, while modest in number, holding the GOP for more than 40 years. That’s why they are at the top of seats snatched from Republican to Wisconsin in Kentucky, Oklahoma, at about 40.
With such results it is no surprise that many Democrats think, despite the national party organization just collapsing, that a big blue wave is coming. Part of this is largely due to the many promises of Republican success that they have made – especially where the economy is concerned. Now that it is back, people are starting to worry about so-called lifestyle issues rather than what has been most important in the last decade, such as jobs, jobs and jobs.
The cost of voting education and health care being held for potential statewide candidates walking the Republican line are the primary concerns of many Americans rather than jobs and the economy, which has so far been Trump’s bread and butter. Now that they can once again look after themselves – or at least they believe – voters want their elected officials to focus on issues that will improve the quality of life for themselves and their families.
These are inauspicious signs. It does not help that the President keeps using his Twitter account to blow up any piece of civil discourse that persists in the American system. Sure, he has his enemies, but the people hope that our President will rise above all and act “President”. Instead Trump continues to hit harder than he can hit, which could temporarily put him at the top – he still has what is probably the biggest base of any politician who is currently in the arena – but This makes him weak. People forget that some types of Republicans started leaving George W. Bush and the party when things started going south in Iraq. These are the same people who have never been comfortable with Trump as a nominee or president and they can – and probably already do – make a difference in electoral results by failing to show up.
The policies of the GOP are working. Will Republicans continue to make policy for voters, and they are indicating they are looking for a change, even though the number of state legislative seats that have been flipped is a mere fraction of the total. The party itself ignores these results.