Senatorial General Election Graph Comparison - North Carolina
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2016Democratic2,128,16545.4%
 
Republican2,395,37651.1%
 
Other167,5923.6%
 

2014Democratic1,377,65147.3%
 
Republican1,423,25948.8%
 
Other114,3713.9%
 

2010Democratic1,145,07443.0%
 
Republican1,458,04654.8%
 
Other56,9592.1%
 

2008Democratic2,249,31152.7%
 
Republican1,887,51044.2%
 
Other135,1493.2%
 

2004Democratic1,632,52747.0%
 
Republican1,791,45051.6%
 
Other48,1051.4%
 

2002Democratic1,047,98345.0%
 
Republican1,248,66453.6%
 
Other34,5341.5%
 

1998Democratic1,029,23751.2%
 
Republican945,94347.0%
 
Other36,9631.8%
 

1996Democratic1,173,87545.9%
 
Republican1,345,83352.6%
 
Other36,7481.4%
 

1992Democratic1,194,01546.3%
 
Republican1,297,89250.3%
 
Other85,9843.3%
 

1990Democratic981,57347.4%
 
Republican1,088,33152.6%
 
Other6810.0%
 

1986Democratic823,66251.8%
 
Republican767,66848.2%
 

1984Democratic1,070,48847.8%
 
Republican1,156,76851.7%
 
Other11,7950.5%
 

1980Democratic887,65349.4%
 
Republican898,06450.0%
 
Other11,9480.7%
 

1978Democratic516,66345.5%
 
Republican619,15154.5%
 

1972Democratic677,29346.0%
 
Republican795,24854.0%
 

1968Democratic870,40660.6%
 
Republican566,93439.4%
 

1966Democratic501,44055.6%
 
Republican400,50244.4%
 
Other360.0%
 

1962Democratic491,52060.4%
 
Republican321,63539.6%
 

1960Democratic793,52161.4%
 
Republican497,96438.6%
 


North Carolina Results for 2014

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