It's waaaaaaaaaay, waaaaaaaaaay, way too early but, since 010, pb has been forecasting midterm election results.
pb's always done pretty well. He's always predicted accurately which party will prevail and, normally he's within 4
3 or 4 House seats and within 1 in the Senate.
Anyway, waaaaaaaaaay too early?, pb predicts that the GOPs will pick up 32 House seats. That's, from a GOP perspective, pretty conservative. Gutfeld, for instance, has said that if the GOPs don't pick up at least 70 seats, their leadership should be run out of town. pb thinks that's crazy.
Over the weekend, NPR released a poll that has GOPs leading in the generic poll by 3. That's a poll of Registered voters, not likely voters, and several polls show that GOPs have a huuuuuuuuuge enthusiasm gap among Registered voters.
pb thinks, before primaries are settled, 32 seats in the House is reasonable.
In the Senate?, News Flash: pb is calling for a wash, i.e., GOPs and Dems break even.
As I understand it, there are 35 Senate elections this year. (See link) 21 GOPs seats are at risk. This will undoubtedly be a good year for GOPs, but if GOPs win 70% of the races, they break even. That seems like a reasonable early prognostication in a strong GOP year. So, waaaaaaaaaay too early, pb say that you should look for another 50, 50 Senate.