2020 North Carolina Voter Guide

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RESOURCE: Analysis of the 2018 Election from Democracy NC: This Democracy NC released their latest analysis of the 2018 Election, including a closer look at North Carolina's robust voter turnout for a midterm election. Click here to view the full report — including interactive maps, county-level trends, and demographic shifts.
Some quick takeaways from North Carolina's 2018 Election cycle:
  • Voter turnout increased considerably — 53% voted in 2018 compared to 44% in 2014 — despite the fact that 2018 was a "blue moon" election year, absent races for U.S. Senate, Governor, or President to drive turnout.
  • Black voter turnout increased 6 points, to 48%. For Black women, turnout matched the statewide rate, 53% — up 7 points from 2014.
  • More than two times the number of Asian-American voters and Hispanic or Latino voters cast ballots in 2018, compared to 2014.
  • Turnout among the state's youngest voters (18 to 25) increased 11 points in 2018, from 29% in 2014 to 39% in 2018 statewide.
For more takeaways from 2018, check out our full report at

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Jon Darling,
Jan 9, 2017, 10:01 AM