2022 General Election Turnout

Overview

View statewide overall voter turnout data for the 2022 general election, as well as data for absentee by-mail and one-stop early voting. The statistics on this page were generated using voter registration stats and voter history stats for the 2022 general election and will be updated as new data become available.

Demographic breakdowns of voter turnout will be available once counties have finalized their voter history data.

 

Overall Turnout

This section provides North Carolina voter turnout data for the 2022 general election, for all voting methods.

Voting Method Number of Voters Who Voted*
One-Stop Early Voting 2,010,890
Absentee By-Mail 187,660
In Person on Election Day 1,570,468
Provisional Coming soon
Total 3,768,975

*Preliminary results, numbers will change as additional data becomes available

Absentee By-Mail and Early Voting

In North Carolina, absentee voting refers to all ballots cast in person during the one-stop early voting period, as well as absentee by-mail. This section includes data related to absentee voting in the 2022 general election. For additional absentee voting trends, see the Absentee Stats reports for the 2022 general election.

Absentee Ballot Type Voters Who Voted*
One-Stop Early Voting 2,010,890
Absentee By-Mail: Civilian 179,210
Absentee By-Mail: Military  1,967
Absentee By-Mail: Overseas 6,483
Total 2,198,550

*Through Nov. 21, 2022

 

Absentee Turnout, by Party Affiliation

Incudes absentee by-mail and one-stop early voting

Party Voters Who Voted* Turnout*
Democratic 840,205 33.59%
Republican 682,377 30.67%
Unaffiliated 669,831 25.37%
Libertarian 5,997 11.92%
Green 140 53.23%

*Through Nov. 21, 2022