The data from the final polls on the 2018 election are rolling in, two days before ballots are cast in one of the most divisive and closely watched midterms in recent memory.
Overall, the numbers point to the same likely outcome that polls have indicated for months: that despite a strong economy with Republicans in control of Capitol Hill and the White House, Democrats are favored on generic ballots. But the Democratic lead in a generic race has tightened over a few months ago.
On Monday, CNN published a poll that found likely voters prefer a generic Democratic candidate by a 13-point margin, 55 percent to 42 percent. And that poll found just 39 percent of respondents approve of President Donald Trump’s performance in office.