A little over a year out, Democrats’ prospects of winning back the House look considerably brighter in nationwide polls than they do in a race-by-race analysis. Since June, the FiveThirtyEight average of congressional generic ballot polls has consistently given Democrats roughly an eight point edge — right about where they would need to be to win House control. But today, it’s still very hard to see which vulnerable GOP seats would get them there. CONT.
David Wasserman, Cook Political Report