Election 2018 Polls: A Divided Congress?


RealClearPolitics' governors' races map, accessed Monday, Oct. 15, 2018.
RealClearPolitics' governors' races map, accessed Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. | (SCREENSHOT: REALCLEARPOLITICS.COM)

RealClearPolitics has polling averages for the nation's gubernatorial races. Accessed Monday, their map shows 23 Republican governors leading, 19 Democrat governors leading, and 8 toss-ups.

This remains consistent with the numbers reported by RCP last week and the week before, though with some slight variations.

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Notably, Alaska and Arizona went from being in the "Leans GOP" category to the "Likely GOP" category, as both races become safer for the Republicans.

Regarding Arizona, reported last week that while Democratic candidate David Garcia was "within striking distance" of Republican opponent Doug Ducey last month, in October, Ducey has taken a strong lead with some polls putting him with a double-digit lead.

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