North Carolina House: 77 Republicans; 43 Democrats. Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority

by johndavis, November 7, 2012

North Carolina House: 77 Republicans; 43 Democrats.  Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority Wednesday, November 7, 2012       Vol. V, No. 41           3:13 pm  NC House Races: Forecast vs Results In the new 120-member state House, Republicans will have 77 seats to 43 for Democrats.  The John Davis Political Report Forecast was 73 Republicans,
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North Carolina House: 77 Republicans; 43 Democrats.  Winning formula: Maps + Money = Majority

Wednesday, November 7, 2012       Vol. V, No. 41           3:13 pm

 NC House Races: Forecast vs Results

In the new 120-member state House, Republicans will have 77 seats to 43 for Democrats.  The John Davis Political Report Forecast was 73 Republicans, 47 Democrats.

  • Republicans started with 25 candidates with no opposition
  • Republicans won 44 of the 44 races in which they were projected as "Likely Winners"
  • Republicans won 3 of the 4 races in which they were projected as "Favored"
  • Republicans won 4 of the 8 races in which the Democrat was “Favored”
  • Republicans won 1 of the 18 races in which the Democrat was the “Likely Winner”

Democrats started with 21 candidates with no opposition

  • Democrats won 17 of the 18 races in which they were projected as "Likely Winners"
  • Democrats won 4 of the 8 races in which they were projected as "Favored"
  • Democrats won 1 of the 4 races in which the Republican was “Favored”

Click here to see all 120 House races with winners v/s forecasts.

Click here to check the results of any of the North Carolina races as compiled by the North Carolina State Board of Elections.

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