Poll Update

2014 National House Race - Democrat 44%, Republican 44% (NBC News/Wall Street Journal 7/17-7/21/13)

Population 1,000 Adults
Margin of Error ±3.1 percentage points
Polling Method Live Phone
Source NBC/WSJ [PDF]
This poll asked respondents 14 questions tracked by HuffPost Pollster.

1) 2014 National House Race

Asked of registered voters
Democrat 44%
Republican 44%
Undecided 12%

2) US Right Direction Wrong Track

Asked of 1,000 adults
Right Direction 29%
Wrong Track 61%
Mixed (vol) 6%
Undecided 4%

3) Obama Job Approval

Asked of 1,000 adults
Approve 45%
Disapprove 50%
Undecided 5%

4) Obama Job Approval - Economy

Asked of 1,000 adults
Approve 45%
Disapprove 51%
Undecided 4%

5) Obama Job Approval - Foreign Policy

Asked of 1,000 adults
Approve 46%
Disapprove 46%
Undecided 8%

6) Congress Job Approval

Asked of 1,000 adults
Approve 12%
Disapprove 83%
Undecided 5%

7) Barack Obama Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,000 adults
Very Positive 28%
Somewhat Positive 20%
Neutral 12%
Somewhat Negative 14%
Very Negative 26%
Undecided 0%

8) Marco Rubio Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,000 adults
Very Positive 7%
Somewhat Positive 16%
Neutral 20%
Somewhat Negative 11%
Very Negative 9%
Undecided 37%

9) John Boehner Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,000 adults
Very Positive 3%
Somewhat Positive 15%
Neutral 24%
Somewhat Negative 18%
Very Negative 18%
Don't Know Name/Not Sure 22%

10) Andrew Cuomo Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,000 adults
Very Positive 5%
Somewhat Positive 11%
Neutral 24%
Somewhat Negative 9%
Very Negative 6%
Don't Know Name/Not Sure 45%

11) Joe Biden Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,000 adults
Very Positive 17%
Somewhat Positive 21%
Neutral 21%
Somewhat Negative 15%
Very Negative 20%
Don't Know Name/Not Sure 6%

12) O'Malley, Martin - US - Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,000 adults
Very Positive 2%
Somewhat Positive 5%
Neutral 14%
Somewhat Negative 2%
Very Negative 3%
Don't Know Name/Not Sure 74%

13) Obama Health Care Law: Favor/Oppose

Asked of 1,000 adults
Good Idea 34%
Bad Idea 47%
No Opinion 18%
Undecided 1%

14) Party Identification

Asked of 1,000 adults
SD Strong Democrat (D) 19%
Democrat 11%
LD Lean Democrat (D) 14%
SR Strong Republican (R) 11%
Republican 8%
LR Lean Republican (R) 13%
independent 18%
Other 2%
Undecided 2%