Just more than a week remains before Election Day in November. Next Tuesday Americans will take to the polls and long, contentious campaigns will come to a close. (Forget, for a moment, that the next long, contentious campaigns will begin soon thereafter.)

The question on everyone's mind concerning the 2018 midterm election is, of course, which party will have the better day. The latest projections seem to show that both parties might have victories to celebrate next Tuesday.

For instance, in FiveThirtyEight's tracker for a generic ballot—a simple Democrat vs. Republican question—the Democrats were up 50.3 percent to 41.9 percent, on average. AndFiveThirtyEight's election model projected a more than 86 percent chance that the Democrats would take back the House of Representatives from Republicans, who currently control both chambers of Congress. But FiveThirtyEight gave the Democrats just a slim chance—17.8 percent—of winning the Senate, meaning the site gave the GOP an 82.2 percent chance of holding onto control.

The question on everyone's mind concerning the 2018 midterm election is, of course, which party will have the better day. The latest projections seem to show that both parties might have victories to celebrate next Tuesday.

For instance, in FiveThirtyEight's tracker for a generic ballot—a simple Democrat vs. Republican question—the Democrats were up 50.3 percent to 41.9 percent, on average. AndFiveThirtyEight's election model projected a more than 86 percent chance that the Democrats would take back the House of Representatives from Republicans, who currently control both chambers of Congress. But FiveThirtyEight gave the Democrats just a slim chance—17.8 percent—of winning the Senate, meaning the site gave the GOP an 82.2 percent chance of holding onto control.

Title says it all really! What do you think the outcome of the 2018 US midterms will be?

In the House I think Democrats will probably win 30 seats, while in the Senate I think the Republicans will probably pick up a seat.