Monday numbers

Monday numbers

voters-numbers1—number days until Election Day 2016 (N.C. State Board of Elections)

3,102,725—number of ballots cast in North Carolina during early voting and by absentee ballot (Ibid)

6,864,841—total number of registered voters in North Carolina (Ibid)

45.2—percentage of registered voters in North Carolina that have cast a ballot as of Sunday November 6 (Ibid)

41.7—percentage of voters that have already cast their ballot that are registered Democrats (Ibid)

31.9—percentage of voters that have already cast their ballot that are registered Republicans (Ibid)

26.1—percentage of voters that have already cast their ballot that are registered as unaffiliated (Ibid)

0.32— percentage of voters that have already cast their ballot that are registered Libertarians (Ibid)

12.2—percentage that number of early votes cast in 2016 exceeds the number of early votes in the 2012 election (Old North State Politics, November 6, 2016)

1.5—percentage decrease in number of early ballots cast by Democrats in 2016 compared to 2012 (Ibid)

13.4—percentage increase in number of early ballots cast by Republicans in 2016 compared to 2012 (Ibid)

41.2— percentage increase in number of early ballots cast by unaffiliated voters in 2016 compared to 2012 (Ibid)

28—percentage of registered unaffiliated voters who cast early ballots who are Millennials (Ibid)

27—percentage of registered unaffiliated voters who cast early ballots who are part of Generation X (Ibid)

35—percentage of registered unaffiliated voters who cast early ballots who are Baby Boomers (Ibid)

10—percentage of registered unaffiliated voters who cast early ballots who are part of the Silent/Greatest Generation (Ibid)

71—percentage of unaffiliated voters who cast early ballots in North Carolina who live in urban counties (Ibid)

57—percent of Millennials across the county who lean more toward Democrats (Ibid)

36— percent of Millennials across the county who lean more toward Republicans (Ibid)

4—-number of days since the NC GOP Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse appeared on national television holding a pair of handcuffs as a prop (“NC Republican leader suggests handcuffs as Clinton inauguration jewelry,” News & Observer, November 4, 2016)