Comparison of Early/Advance Voting Demographics

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Comparison of Early/Advance Voting Demographics

LANDMARK COMMUNICATIONS, INC

A COMPARISON OF 2010 VS 2014

EARLY VOTERS BY RACIAL DEMOGRAPHIC

As of Thursday night Oct 23, 2014

 

307,703 people have voted in 2014:

93,577 or 30% are Black

201,716 or 66% are White

 

IN PERSON

279,269 have voted in person so far:

89,106 or 32% are African-American in-person voters

178,915 or 64% are White in-person voters

 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS ALREADY CAST

28,184 have voted by paper mail-in ballot

4,408 or 16% are African-American voters

22,637 or 80% are White voters

 

ABSENTEE BALLOT STILL OUTSTANDING (“UNCAST”)

42,397 ballots remain outstanding (not sent back in)

28% of outstanding ballots were mailed to African-American Voters

64% of outstanding ballots were mailed are to White voters

 

Fulton County

31,711 early votes

15,500 or 49% African-American voters, 13,822 or 44% White voters

 

DeKalb County

22,937 early votes

15,412 or 67% African-American voters, 6,525 or 28% White voters

 

Gwinnett County

12,873 early votes

3,416 or 27% African-American voters, 8,530 or 66% White voters

 

Cobb County

16,368 early votes

2,812 or 17% African-American voters, 12,818 or 78% White voters

 

COMPARE TO 2010:

In 2010 at this time, 253,999 had voted.

26% were African-American voters and 72% were White voters

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