2016, November 8 – U.S. Senator

North Carolina

ELECTION DAY votes from Pitt County.
Precincts added in order of number of votes.

Voters: 23574   Precincts: 60   Average votes per precinct: 393   Votes in median precinct: 426
Registered Republicans: 29%   Registered Democrats: 52.3%   
Voting Machine:

deltaM = -1.5%
deltaMxV = -347
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Note: X/Y graph display only works for all votes, sorted by precinct size (number of votes)

These graphs show each candidate's CUMULATIVE percent of the vote for all points to the left of and including each precinct. As you move to the right, the results from more and more precincts are included. If you choose "ALL" votes, the points at the far right of the graph represent the outcome of the election.

In order to get a sense of what might be expected if there is no strong correlation between precinct size and political leaning, select "Count votes: In random order". Each time you redraw the graph you will see cumulative totals for randomly sorted precincts.

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Richard Burr (R): Percent of votes: 49.41%, Total votes: 11649 out of 23574

Deborah K. Ross (D): Percent of votes: 46.53%, Total votes: 10969 out of 23574

Sean Haugh (L): Percent of votes: 4.06%, Total votes: 956 out of 23574