Buoyed by a substantial lead in national opinion polls, Democrats hope for sweeping gains. The gap was 9 points in the previous edition of the poll. He said Democrats encouraged chaos at U.S. borders because it was good politics.
Democrats lead among black voters, Hispanics, young people, women and independents, while Republicans hold an edge with older Americans, men and whites.
It did not take long for the video to go viral, with many praising the former president.
"You gotta get to the polls on Tuesday, and you gotta vote", Trump implored a crowd in Macon, Georgia, where he campaigned on Sunday for the Republican candidate for governor in one of the country's tightest major races.
Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum, and Senator Bill Nelson listen to former President Barack Obama as he addresses the media and supporters as they stump for votes at a rally in Miami, Florida 2 November, 2018. It's likely they will fire up voter turnout even more in the final hours before the election, according to the report.
She also said that President Trump is delivering results for women in America.
The party of a first-term president tends to lose congressional seats in his first midterm.
Trump is telling the caravans to turn back and insisting they will not be allowed in. Trump has seized on the nativist us-versus-them message that resonated with his base during the fiery 2016 campaign as he races across the country to secure votes, using inflammatory language as he paints a country under threat from hordes of illegal immigrants, rampant crime and far-left Democrats.
Tuesday's elections will also test the strength of a Trump-era political realignment defined by evolving divisions among voters by race, gender and especially education. Just behind that, 47% each say the economy, corruption and gun policy are extremely important to their vote.
Money aside, Steyer said he and concerned voters everywhere have invested their hearts and souls into the fight to punish Trump's party. Trump's response to the court decision was to call Kemp's campaign "extraordinary" and attack his Democrat opponent Stacy Abrams. That stands at 37% among Republicans. The fact that this majority would be expressing its tacit approval of Republican governance over the past two years would be deeply disconcerting, and an extremely ominous sign for the future of the Democratic Party.
Most Democrats consider the Russian Federation investigation a critical part of their vote (53% say it's extremely important), but just 8% of Republicans say the same.
Republicans are expected to keep their slight majority in the U.S. Senate.
But they also will be regarded as a verdict on the President's personal style, ranging from his language (welcome to some ears, intemperate to others), the symbolism he employs (refreshing to some eyes, racist to others), his bearing (bold to some minds, vulgar to others), his recasting of the country's political character (an overdue re-evaluation of USA immigration policy to some, a rash of nativist fear to others), even his lifestyle (honest and unvarnished to some, tasteless and tawdry to others).
Most Americans (56%) think it's likely that a foreign government will interfere with the United States elections this fall, and 74% think that if it happens, it would be a crisis or a major problem. "And he doesn't want to take the risk of looking like he's trying too hard in the House, because then he may get blamed for losing there". "I feel really good about things going into Tuesday".
The poll also finds 8 in 10 Americans think the country is more deeply divided this year on major issues than it has been in the past several years.
As many as 74% say that the recent tone of American politics is encouraging violence among some people.