N.C. Partisan Index (NCPI)

Introducing: the North Carolina Partisan Index (NCPI) compares the political leanings of voters in each state house and senate district with the partisan voting tendencies of the state as a whole. The end result is a letter (D or R) followed by a number, indicating the extent to which each district leans one way or the other. (More)

This article was posted in Elections & Voting by Max Borders on January 29, 2008 at 1:51 PM.

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