Poll Update

2014 National House Race - Republican 44%, Democrat 43% (NBC News/Wall Street Journal 3/5-3/9/14)

Population 1,000 Adults
Margin of Error ±3.1 percentage points
Polling Method Live Phone
Source NBC/WSJ [PDF]
This poll asked respondents 12 questions tracked by HuffPost Pollster. Read our FAQ.

2014 National House Race

Asked of Registered Voters
Republican 44%
Democrat 43%
Undecided 13%

US Right Direction Wrong Track

Asked of 1000 Adults
Right Direction 26%
Wrong Track 65%
Mixed (vol) 5%
Undecided 4%

Obama Job Approval

Asked of 1000 Adults
Approve 41%
Disapprove 54%
Undecided 5%

Obama Job Approval - Economy

Asked of 1000 Adults
Approve 41%
Disapprove 56%
Undecided 3%

Obama Job Approval - Foreign Policy

Asked of 1000 Adults
Approve 41%
Disapprove 53%
Undecided 6%

Barack Obama Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
Very Positive 21%
Somewhat Positive 20%
Neutral 15%
Somewhat Negative 14%
Very Negative 30%
Undecided 0%

Democratic Party Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
1 Very Positive 14%
2 Somewhat Positive 21%
3 Neutral 25%
4 Somewhat Negative 18%
5 Very Negative 20%
6 Undecided 2%

Republican Party Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
1 Very Positive 7%
2 Somewhat Positive 20%
3 Neutral 27%
4 Somewhat Negative 21%
5 Very Negative 24%
6 Don't Know Name/Not Sure 1%

Chris Christie Favorable Rating

Asked of 500 Adults
Very Positive 3%
Somewhat Positive 14%
Neutral 27%
Somewhat Negative 18%
Very Negative 14%
Undecided 24%

Hillary Clinton Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
Very Favorable 23%
Somewhat Favorable 21%
Neutral 20%
Somewhat Unfavorable 12%
Very Unfavorable 22%
Undecided 2%

From what you have heard about Barack Obama's health care plan, do you think his plan is a good idea or a bad idea? If you do not have an opinion either way, please just say so.

Asked of 1000 Adults
Good Idea 35%
Bad Idea 49%
No Opinion 14%
Undecided 2%

Party Identification

Asked of 1000 Adults
1 Strong Democrat 19%
2 Democrat 13%
3 Lean Democrat 11%
4 independent 15%
5 Lean Republican 15%
6 Republican 9%
7 Strong Republican 13%
8 Other 4%
9 Undecided 1%