The Republican Party is at the power center since 2010. There was not an iota of power regarding the seat of power until recently after the GOP grip. A report from the NPR congressional by Susan Davis reveals that the rise of Donald Trump could be a cause of concern for the Congress. According to Susan Davis, the popularity of Donald Trump is raising questions that no one would have imagined six months ago. Will the Democrats take over the White House? The chance of Democrats in the words of Denny Heck is, Democrats will gain seats in the House but the question is how many. There is no doubt about this, and the Republicans will also agree to this in private. Heck added that the need to capture more seats is of a greater consequence given the Trump factor.
Davis finds the Trump factor as mentioned by Heck is about specific voters that are found offensive for Trump. White collared jobs, rise in Hispanic population, and high education levels could be a vital factor in comparison to the previous state. Davis adds that Democrats are favored because they perform well during presidential election years. Again Democrats are not favorite a majority win as Republican were swept to power six years ago. Meanwhile, House Republicans hold a divided view over Trump, and this could affect the race. Some Republicans like Carlos Curbelo from South Florida. The good news is his district has 70% Hispanics. And the general feeling is Latinos will oppose Donald Trump.
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