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November 8, 2016

Early voting in battleground states OH, CO, FL, NC, PA, AZ, NV, GA, WI

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OH – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
1,421,780 voters
Democrat 40.4% // Republican 39.4% // 19.9% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 50.4% D // 49.5% R)
Gender 56.4% F // 42.3% M
75.7% White // 1.7% Hispanic // 9.0% African American
Age: 18-29 8.2% // 30-39 7.5% // 40-49 10.3% // 50-69 44.6% // 70+ 29.0%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image: Early voter heat map)


PA – Early Voting Returned Ballots (Absentee) as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
210,870 voters
Democrat 41.5% // Republican 48.3% // 7.6% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 21.5% D // 78.4% R)
Gender 53.6% F // 45.9% M
78.3% White // 1.9% Hispanic // 2.2% African American
Age: 18-29 21.6% // 30-39 6.5% // 40-49 7.0% // 50-69 33.3% // 70+ 31.3%

AZ – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
1,395,098 voters
Democrat 33.3% // Republican 40.3% // 17.9% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 60.4% D // 39.5% R)
Gender 53.9% F // 45.2% M
72.8% White // 13.9% Hispanic // 0.9% African American
Age: 18-29 8.6% // 30-39 9.9% // 40-49 12.7% // 50-69 41.8% // 70+ 26.7%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image: Early voter heat map)


NC – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
2,834,003 voters
Democrat 41.9% // Republican 32.0% // 25.7% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 37.2% D // 62.7% R)
Gender 56.7% F // 43.2% M
67.5% White // 3.0% Hispanic // 22.7% African American
Age: 18-29 11.9% // 30-39 11.6% // 40-49 15.9% // 50-69 41.9% // 70+ 18.4%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image:: Early voter heat map)


FL – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
5,693,399 voters (2,254,357 R // 2,244,841 D // 1,056,777 I)
Republican 40.0% // Democrat 39.7% // 17.4% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 45.9% D // 54.0% R)
Gender 55.9% F // 44.9% M
59.5% White // 18.0% Hispanic // 12.9% African American
Age: 18-29 9.4% // 30-39 10.2% // 40-49 13.3% // 50-69 41.6% // 70+ 25.2%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image: Early voter heat map)


WI – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
609,843 voters
Likely Democratic 40.5% // Likely Republican 42.9% // Likely Independent 16.4% (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 63.4% D // 36.5% R)
Gender 55.6% F // 43.3% M
78.0% White // 3.0% African American // 2.1% Hispanic
Age: 18-29 3.1% // 30-39 6.6% // 40-49 10.0% // 50-69 43.6% // 70+ 27.2%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image: Early voter heat map)


Colorado – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
1,657,176 voters (597,159 R // 580,479 D, 458,161 I)
Republican 36.0% // Democrat 35.0% // 27.6% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 52.7% D // 47.2% R)
Gender 52.8% F // 47.1% M
76.6% White // 8.8% Hispanic // 1.4% African American
Age: 18-29 9.6% // 30-39 12.3% // 40-49 14.9% // 50-69 43.4% // 70+ 19.5%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image:: Early voter heat map)


GA – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
2,084,791 voters
Republican 43.5% // Democrat 32.7% // 23.7% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 65.3% D // 34.6% R)
Gender 57.6% F // 42.3% M
60.4% White // 2.7% Hispanic // 29.4% African American
Age: 18-29 9.8% // 30-39 11.2% // 40-49 16.9% // 50-69 43.7% // 70+ 18.2%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image: Early voter heat map)


Nevada – Early Voting Returned Ballots as of 11/6/16 (Full Demographic Report)
659,460 voters
Republican 36.1% // Democrat 42.9% // 15.8% Non-partisan (Likely leaning among non-partisans: 30.1% D // 69.8% R)
Gender 52.1% F // 46.1% M
65.4% White // 15.7% Hispanic // 4.1% African American
Age: 18-29 11.1% // 30-39 12.2% // 40-49 15.0% // 50-69 41.4% // 70+ 20.1%
(Top Image: early voter by party // Bottom Image: Early voter heat map)


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