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Quinnipiac: Dem Candidates Up 9 Points After Separation Controversy

Quinnipiac: Dem Candidates Up 9 Points After Separation Controversy
(Rod Aydelotte/AP)

By    |   Monday, 02 July 2018 03:34 PM

If elections for the House were held today, 50 percent of American voters say they would vote for the Democrat candidate, compared to 41 percent who would support the Republican on their ballot, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.

Here is how the poll breaks down:

  • 5 percent of Republicans would support the Democratic candidate, compared to 93 percent who would vote Republican.
  • 96 percent of Democrats would vote for the Democratic candidate, while 3 percent would cast their ballot for the Republican.
  • 49 percent of Independents would support the Democratic candidate, compared to 35 percent who would vote Republican.

"Is it a signal of a blue wave?" asked Tim Malloy, assistant director of the poll. "Four months until elections for the U.S. House of Representatives and 50 percent of American voters say they plan to vote for Democratic candidates." 

The poll, conducted June 27-July 1, after the controversy over separating families at the southern border, surveyed 1,020 voters.  The margin of error is plus or minus 3.7 percentage points.

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The border separation controversy has helped give Democrats a nine-point lead in the latest Quinnipiac University poll 50 percent to 41 percent.
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