North Carolina registered voters

Who Are They? And Who Has Registered Since 2016? – Politics Article

By Michael Bitzer This past week, North Carolina’s voter registration pool hit 7 million (7,003,881 to be exact), which includes active, inactive, and temporary registered voter records. As we hit the half-way point of 2020, I’ll take a look at who these 7 million voters are, based on a number of characteristics that are contained in the voter registration data file, along with who has registered since the last presidential election year of 2016 and since the beginning of the…

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Younger, More Diverse, Much More Unaffiliated – Politics Article

With the prior post regarding the end of the 2019 year analysis of North Carolina registered voters, I decided to look at the new voters who registered since the last presidential election in 2016 to see what kind of patterns we might see since the last presidential battle in the Old North State. Since 2016, over 1.3 million new voters have registered in North Carolina (20 percent of the current 6.8 million active/inactive/temporary registered voters), with unaffiliated status claiming 43…

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Where the NC Voter Pool Stands Halfway Through 2019 – Politics Article

With the first half of 2019 in the books, and as we get closer to the 2020 election year, here’s an overview of the 6.6 million registered voters in the Old North State, as of June 29, 2019. Currently, the party registration breaks down as 37 percent registered Democrat, 32 percent registered unaffiliated, 30 percent registered Republican, and 1 percent registered the other parties (Libertarian, Green, and Constitution). When breaking down different factors based on party registration, there continues some…

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