There are 35 senate elections (excluding Louisiana) and 36 gubernatorial elections. We had expected vote shares for all of them, in terms of two-party vote share, which were primarily generated from traditional polling.
In 54 of 71 (76%) elections the Republican candidate over-performed (28 of 35, 80%, senate and 26 of 36, 72%, governor). The average error (the bias in one direction) was 2 percentage points (the average absolute error was just 2.8 percentage points). The bias was a little more extreme in the gubernatorial elections (2.3 percentage points), than in the senatorial (1.8 percentage points). Since almost all errors were in the same direction, the absolute error is not much larger than the error.