Nancy Pelosi after speaking in Washington, D.C. on election night. Photo: Zach Gibson/Getty

As of 10:45am ET, Democrats are projected by FiveThirtyEight to pick up 34 House seats in the 2018 midterms. As of now they've flipped 28 — enough to seize control of the House.

By the numbers: Of those 28 House seats, 13 went for Clinton and 15 went for Trump. Of the Trump 14, he won 6 of them by more than 5 points. We profile them below.

The big Democratic victories:

  1. NY-22 (Trump by 16) — Anthony Brindisi over Claudia Tenney by 0.6 points — upstate New York, small cities like Utica and Binghamton
  2. OK-5 (Trump by 14) — Kendra Horn over Steve Russell by 1.4 points — Oklahoma City and suburbs
  3. SC-01 (Trump by 13) — Joe Cunningham over Katie Arrington by 1.4 points — Charleston, Hilton Head and southern South Carolina shore
  4. NY-11 (Trump by 10) — Max Rose over Dan Donovan by 6 points — Staten Island and southwest Brooklyn
  5. NY-19 (Trump by 7) — Antonio Delgado over John Faso by 2 points — Hudson Valley and Catskills
  6. MI-08 (Trump by 7) — Elissa Slotkin over Mike Bishop by 3.8 points — Some northwest Detroit suburbs west to much of the Lansing area
  7. VA-7 (Trump by 7) — Abigail Spanberger over Dave Brat by 1.4 points — Richmond suburbs, central Virginia

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