Rasmussen — Partisan Trends: 37.3% of Americans Are Democrats, 32.6% Republican

While August was seen as a bad month politically for President Barack Obama and his party, the number of Americans identifying themselves as Democrats inched up by half a percentage point during that time. However, that wasn’t enough to make up for the two-percentage-point decline in July.

The number of Republicans slipped by just over half a percentage point in August while the number of unaffiliateds increased fractionally.

In August, 37.3% of American adults considered themselves Democrats. Other than July, this is the lowest percentage of Democrats measured since December 2007 (See History of Party Trends from January 2004 to the present).

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