Less than three weeks until Election Day, voters are thinking most about health care, the economy, and reining in President Trump -- and Democratic candidates are benefitting.
Currently, 49 percent of likely voters back the Democratic candidate in their House district and 42 percent the Republican, according to a new Fox News national survey. That 7-point lead is unchanged from last month, and just outside the poll’s margin of error. Nine percent will vote for someone else or are undecided.
“If the election were today, the House would most likely flip,” says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the poll with Democrat Chris Anderson. “Republicans keep waiting for the national numbers to tighten, but they have been remarkably stable this campaign season.”