The three charts are taken from NC Vote Tracker and show early voting turnout by gender by political party.
Democrat voter numbers show 21,824 (60.8 percent) women voted in the early voting period of the June 7, 2016 special primary – that’s compared to 13,896 men. (38.7 percent)
On the Republican side of the early voting turnout there was only 162 vote difference between men and women. 16,660 Republican women voted early in this election – that’s 50 percent of the Republican vote compared to 16,498 Republican men (49.5 percent of the Party’s vote).
Then there’s the unaffiliated voters where men out-voted women. According to NC Vote Tracker, 9,380 (51.1 percent) unaffiliated men voted early compared to 8,765 (47.7 percent) women.
And…get to your point…. cut to the chase… connect the dots and put some meat int this posting. D
So what does this signify?
Thank goodness I’m not the only one!