According to the State Board of Elections data 150,872 people turned out to vote on the first day of one-stop voting.
After the first day of one stop voting the total percentage of Democrats voting was down about 4 ½ percent from 2008, Republicans are voting at about a 2 ½ percent higher rate and the unaffiliated vote is about 2 percent more than 2008.
Raw numbers have more Democrats (105,659) voting than Republicans (77,675) and Unaffiliated voters (39,667).
In 2008, after the first day of one-stop voting, the number of white voters was 123,733 (69.9 percent), black voters 46,490 (26.2 percent) and other voters 1808 (1.0 percent). In 2012 the breakdown, by race: white voters 153,754 (68.8 percent), 60,331 (27 percent) and other voters 2,289 (1 percent).
Civitas will continue to analyze the voter turnout numbers during the early voting period and of course we invite you to visit www.ncvotetracker.com to see
Note: Hyde and Lee Counties were not included in the State Board of Elections data of the first day of one-stop voting numbers.
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