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We’ve just released another round of insights from our latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll on topics like the economy, health care, immigration and sexual harassment. Here are some of the highlights:  

Democrats have the advantage over Republicans on the handling of sexual harassment, health care, immigration and changing how Washington works, while Republicans have the advantage on taxes, reducing the deficit and protecting America’s interests on trade. The tax law remains unpopular – 27% good idea, 36% bad idea (was 30% good idea, 38% bad idea in January) 56% of Americans think Trump’s administration is incompetent, versus 43% who think it is competent. 70% of Americans say they do daily Google searches, 63% own an Apple product, 50% check Facebook daily, 46% are Amazon Prime members, and 9% check Twitter daily

Poll numbers released Sunday showed Democrats with an edge in intensity heading into November’s midterm elections. You can view the full survey here

There’s been lots of reporting — including from one of us(!) here — about the historic number of women who are running for office this cycle. 

But a new report from the Center for Responsive Politics outlines another way that women are making political history: By giving to political candidates at unprecedented levels. 

According to the report, women now account for 31 percent of all contributions to candidates for the United States House, a record. That’s mostly driven by contributions to Democrats; 44 percent of contributions to female Democratic House candidates and 34 percent of contributions to male Democratic House candidates are from women.

Both of those are historic highs, while contributions from women to Republican candidates are similar to past cycles. 

You can read more of the report here. 

A new Monmouth University poll shows Democrats leading Republicans by 19 points

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