2022 United States Governor Election Prediction

2022 United States Governor Election Prediction: 20 states having Republican Governor and 16 states having Democrat Governor will be going for polls on 8th November 2022.

Here are the polls and prediction for the respective states:

2022 is set to be a very important year for both Democrats and Republicans. The Democrats who hold the Congress currently will be defending it this year while the Republicans after the defeat in the 2020 Presidential election will be looking forward to regaining control of Congress. However, besides the Senate race, a total of 36 states will go in for election to elect the new governor.

The Governor election is scheduled to be held on the 8th of November 2022.

Of 36 states, currently, 20 states have a Republican Governor and 16 have a Governor from the Democratic party.

Here is the list of states currently under a Republican Governor:

List of states having a Governor from the Democratic Party going in for polls in 2022:

2022 United States Governor Election Prediction: Michigan

2022 Michigan Governor Race Polls: Whitmer Leads GOP rivals but long grueling race ahead

2022 United States Governor Election Prediction: New York

New York Governor Race 2022 Polls: Hochul to romp to victory

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Governor Race 2022 Polls: Will Sununu Win For the 4th Time?


Georgia Governor Race 2022 Polls: Brian Kemp 46%, Stacey Abrams 43%. Can Stacey Abrams win this time?


Pennsylvania Governor Race 2022 Polls: Lou Barletta To Be GOP Nominee?


Ohio Governor Race 2022 Polls: DeWine may lose Primary to Jim Renacci


Florida Governor Race 2022 Polls: DeSantis likely to Win, Charlie Crist and Niki Fried in a close contest


Arizona Governor race 2022 Polls: Will Kari Lake End the Dominance of Democrats in Arizona?

Predictions and Polls for the rest of the states going for the poll on November 8 will be added gradually.

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