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New poll suggests Democrats wont sweep midterms despite potential “Blue Wave”

(CNN)In a very wild interview with the Associated Press earlier this week, President Donald Trump said something that should make every Republican in Congress a little skittish.

Share Sam Berman Oct 16th 2018 6:40PM A new poll suggests the Democrats might not regain control of Congress like theyre hoping.

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In 2010 and 2014 Republicans were able to sweep to power, but a CNBC All-America Economic Survey suggests the Democrats wont sweep the midterms.

In all, the Trump committees have spent more than $13.7 million on digital consulting, online advertising and data-related services — making that among the top areas of spending. That spending highlights the differences between Mr. Trumps re-election bid and his first campaign, which initially resisted spending heavily on political data tools that have become essential to most modern campaigns. This time around, the spending reports indicate, Mr. Trumps campaign intends to focus heavily on using data to mobilize and raise money from supporters through social media, text and email targeting.

The Democrats do have a six-point lead but both Republican and Democratic pollsters told CNBC that the 42 to 36 percent margin isnt going to cause an electoral wave.

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Republican pollster Micah Roberts said economic confidence is a part of the reason some people are voting Republican.

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CNBC reports multiple other polls found a double-digit lead for Democrats but Real Clear Politics found the average lead is 7.3 points.

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