I am very curious about the generic vote for the House. I suspect it will be long in coming. But it will be important to challenge the Republican House with evidence of national voter sentiment. Gerrymandering has tended to produce House districts with large majorities for the incumbent. Minority votes are cordoned off in a limited number of districts, rather than distributed in such a way as to increase Democratic seats. Of course, the Voting Rights Act has contributed to this process to ensure minority representation. But Republicans have cynically manipulated redistributing to limit Democratic success.
Redistributing should be nonpartisan. A goal for the future. The project now is to illuminate any Democratic edge in the Congressional vote if it exists.