I'd throw in other things, like, say, addressing climate change, ensuring the survival of US democracy, and more.
Data wonks weigh in.
Read the entire piece, as it also acknowledges Trump's strength in the reliably loyal GOP Milwaukee suburban counties.
While it's premature to make predictions, it's never too early to bury complacency:
Trump’s Electoral College Edge Could Grow in 2020, Rewarding Polarizing Campaign
Wisconsin was the tipping-point state in 2016, and it seems to hold that distinction now, at least based on the president’s approval rating among 2018 midterm voters...
A closer look at the underlying evidence suggests there’s reason to think the president’s ratings could be higher than estimated in the state... most measures suggest that the president’s rating is higher than 47.1 percent in Wisconsin.
If you excluded the Votecast data and added the final Marquette poll, the president’s approval rating would rise to 47.6 percent — or a net 4.2 points higher than his nationwide approval.