FiveThirtyEight has a redistricting tracker. It found that there are "181 Democratic leaning seats and 177 Republican leaning seats".
My issue is twofold: the data isn't just based off of one election, and it doesn't directly say the tilt of the "highly competitive districts".
My question is how did all of the districts in states where the maps were signed into law (excluding Ohio because of legal issues involving the State Supreme Court) vote relative to the nation? In other words, excluding 3rd parties, how many seats were more pro Biden and more pro-Trump than the national popular vote?
Note: this question is to see which party has an edge so far in redistricting when looking at a singular election. Whoever answers is welcome to update it. And the answer for Ohio is currently 12R-3D based on Politico's redistricting tracker.