North Carolina has been becoming more important in presidential balloting because we are “flippable.” In 2008, Barack Obama beat John McCain by 14,000 votes of 4.3 million cast here, and then lost in 2012 to Mitt Romney by about two percentage points. Steven Greene, political science, featured.
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