But here are 538.com’s last polls for the Senate. I’m including here only the highly competitive — even surprisingly competitive — seats, most of which are currently held by a Republican.
I haven’t included a couple of seats for which there is not yet certainty about who’s running against whom.
The Democrats need 4 seats to become a majority in the Senate, although because Doug Jones (Alabama) is down right now, let’s say they need five seats.
I’ve bolded the incumbent.
Arizona – Kelly (D) 51; McSally (R) 42
Colorado – Hickenlooper (D) 54; Cory Gardner 36
Georgia (1) – Ossoff (D) 45; David Perdue (R) 44
The second Georgia seat up for election is occupied at the mo by Kelly Loeffler (long hair, pharma stock insider trading) but she’s being challenged by Doug Collins (remember him from the impeachment hearings? He yells) and a couple of other people so there are no credible numbers to pull yet.
Iowa – Greenfield (D) 46; Joni Ernst (R) 43
Maine – Gideon (D) 51; Susan Collins (R) 42
Montana – Bullock (D) 46; Daines (R) 39
North Carolina – Cunningham (D) 45; Tillis (R) 46
South Carolina – Harrison (D) 42; Lindsey Graham (R) 42 (Graham is down 4 since the previous poll)