Are you confused about which one is correct? You aren’t alone.
Although Merriam-Webster claims either is grammatically correct, Google’s opinion on the issue is clear. “Attorneys general” returns nearly 5.6 million valid results, while “attorney generals” returns a paltry 318,000.
Some publications, including The Washington Post and the Charlotte Business Journal, opt for “attorney generals,” but they are certainly in the minority. For the sake of Associated Press style and search engine optimization, “attorneys general” is the correct choice.