Snapshot of U.S Senate Polls

Missouri's U.S Senate race could determine who wins control of the upper chamber.

Missouri’s U.S Senate race could determine who wins control of the upper chamber.

Democrats need to flip four seats in order to regain control of the United States Senate. If Trump wins they would need five since Vice President Mike Pence would serve as the tiebreaker. The good news for Democrats is that only one of the seats that is currently blue is in any danger of flipping to the Republicans. The bad news is that seat, Nevada, is extremely close and could prevent Democrats from gaining the majority.

Senator Rob Portman (R) 46%, Ted Strickland (D) 31% (Suffolk University)
Senator Rob Portman (R) 56%, Ted Strickland (D) 39% (SurveyMonkey)

Senator John McCain (R) 52%, Ann Kirkpatrick (D) 40% (Arizona State University)
Senator John McCain (R) 48%, Ann Kirkpatrick (D) 45% (SurveyMonkey)

Senator Marc Rubio (R) 51%, Patrick Murphy (D) 45% (SurveyMonkey)
Senator Marco Rubio (R) 49%, Patrick Murphy (D) 47% (Quinnipiac)

Senator Jerry Moran (R) 56%, Patrick Wiesner (D) 31% (SurveyUSA)

Jason Kander (D) 44%, Senator Roy Blunt (R) 44% (Emerson College)

New Hampshire:
Maggie Hassan (D) 45%, Kelly Ayotte (R) 45% (Emerson College)
Maggie Hassan (D) 47%, Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) 42% (SurveyMonkey)

New York:
Senator Chuck Schumer (D) 66%, Wendy Long (R) 27% (Siena College)

Senator Pat Toomey (R) 46%, Katie McGinty (D) 43% (Emerson College)

Senator Patrick Leahy (D) 59%, Scott Milne (R) 22% (Castle State College)

Russ Feingold (D) 47%, Senator Ron Johnson (R) 41% (PPP)
Russ Feingold (D) 52%, Senator Ron Johnson (R) 44% (Monmouth University)