UPDATED Sep. 28, 2022, at 9:02 PM

 

Republicans win
Democrats win

No Electoral College majority, House decides election
We use numbers to express uncertainty. Upset wins are surprising but not impossible.
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Forecasting each House seat

Each party’s chances of winning every House seat

Solid R
Solid
≥95% R
Likely R
Likely
≥75%
Lean R
Lean
≥60%
Toss-up
<60% both
Lean D
Lean
≥60%
Likely D
Likely
≥75%
Solid D
Solid
≥95% D
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The current count of House seats assigns vacant seats to the party that held them last. Due to rounding, forecasts do not add to 100 in some races.
Will it be a close race or, um, not? Hover or click through to see the share of votes we’re forecasting for each candidate.

How many House seats we expect each party to win

Each party’s seat count in scenarios where it wins the House in our Deluxe model’s 40,000 simulations. Higher bars represent more common outcomes.

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2022 Election Coverage

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How the popular vote for the House translates into seats

How various breakdowns in the national popular vote correspond to the most likely distributions of House seats by party, according to our forecast

Higher probability
Each square represents an instance where Democrats or Republicans get that much of the popular vote and that many seats. The darker the square, the greater the likelihood this will occur.

How the House forecast has changed

See how each party’s forecasted seat total and chances of controlling the House have changed over time. The forecast updates at least once a day and whenever we get a new poll.

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Who’s ahead in competitive districts

Leading candidate’s forecasted chance of winning and margin of victory in the top 50 competitive districts. Dots closer to the line represent tighter races, and wider bars mean more uncertainty about the outcome.

Race LegendRace Legend
80% of outcomes fall in this range
Incumbent Legend
Incumbent candidate/controlling party
Margin of victory

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