The Associated Press Pollster’s forecast for the 2018 midterms has Hillary Clinton losing the White House and Donald Trump winning.
It’s a projection of a Democratic win over a Republican that reflects the latest polls that show a wide swing toward the Democrats from their base.
The AP Pollster forecast: Trump will beat Clinton by 2.5 percentage points nationally in the 2018 midterm elections.
The AP Pollsters projected a narrow Democratic win for Clinton.
The GOP nominee will take control of the Senate in the midterm elections, but he’ll be a minority party in the House of Representatives.
Clinton leads by 3.8 percentage points in the latest national poll, with a +6.8-point margin in Florida, +6 percent in Ohio and +6 percentage points among registered voters in Pennsylvania.
A +7.1-point Democratic win in Ohio is a slight edge for Clinton over Trump.
The latest poll also shows the Whitehouse has a slight lead in Virginia, with Clinton +7 percentage points ahead of Trump.
The Whitehouse is now +9.5 percent ahead of Clinton in Ohio, +9 percent in Florida and +9 percentage points up in Pennsylvania and Colorado.
Clinton has a +10.9-point lead in North Carolina, +8.4-point edge in Georgia and +8 percent lead in Iowa.
The polls show a tight race in Virginia.
The Trump campaign says it expects Trump to win in both Georgia and North Carolina.
The Trump campaign has not responded to an AP request for comment.
The pollster also projects Clinton to win Florida by 2 points, Ohio by 2 and Iowa by 1.
The pollster projects a Democratic victory in Iowa for Trump.
A final AP Polling Average projection for 2018 shows Clinton winning the presidency by 3 percentage points.
A 5-point Trump victory is projected.
The new AP Poll shows Clinton with a 7-point advantage over Trump nationally in both the battleground state of Florida and among registered Democrats.
The polls show Clinton winning in North Dakota by 6 points, Montana by 8 and Colorado by 10.
The polling averages show a narrow race in Colorado.
The Associated Press predicts a tight contest between Trump and Clinton in Pennsylvania, a battleground state where Trump has been ahead by 5 points in previous polls.
The Pennsylvania Pollster predicts a Democratic loss of between 4 and 6 percentage points for Clinton in 2018.
The Pollster forecasts a Republican win by 8 points.
A new AP/TIPP Poll shows a close race between Clinton and Trump in Pennsylvania with Trump leading by 10 points nationally.
The latest polls show Trump ahead by 8 percentage points and Clinton by 6.
Trump has led in the poll by a large margin since late October, when a Washington Post-ABC News poll found Trump leading Clinton by 10 percentage points nationwide.
The new poll has Trump up by 5 percentage points on Clinton.
A separate poll from the Associated Press/Tippett Research Center shows Clinton leading Trump by 8 percent in North Carolinians, and by 3 points nationally, in the same poll.
The two polls were conducted from Aug. 29 to Sept. 4, the same time of year as the Post-AAAS poll.
The final AP/TTI poll in Pennsylvania shows Trump ahead of the former first lady by a wide margin.
Clinton leads by a narrow 3-point majority, with Trump’s support down from last month.
The next poll will be released Tuesday morning.