Some good news today out of Arizona:
Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) trails her Democratic opponent for the first time, according to a new survey, as President Trump's approval rating falls in the key swing state.Retired astronaut Mark Kelly leads McSally, the retired fighter pilot-turned-politician, by a 46 percent to 41 percent margin, according to the poll conducted by OH Predictive Insights, a Phoenix-based pollster, and released first to The Hill.The survey represents the first time this year that OH Predictive Insights has shown Kelly leading McSally. In February, the firm showed McSally leading by two percentage points. In May, McSally led by a single point.McSally has fallen behind, the poll suggests, as President Trump's standing takes a hit in Arizona. Just 47 percent of likely voters in the state approve of Trump's job performance, down from 50 percent in May and 54 percent in October. His disapproval rating has risen from 46 percent last October to 52 percent today.“Trump has seen a steady downward decline in his job approval,” said Mike Noble, a Republican pollster and the managing partner and chief of research at OH Predictive Insights.The poll shows a dangerous trend for McSally, who now trails Kelly by nine percentage points in Maricopa County, home to about three in five Arizona voters. In the group's last poll, McSally trailed Kelly in Maricopa by five points.
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