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Live 2020 election results from North Carolina

North Carolina is a critical swing state in the 2020 presidential election. We’re tracking full results for Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump.

An aerial view of the downtown area of Durham, North Carolina including the Durham Bulls Athletic Park (lower middle) on April 21, 2013. Photo by Lance King/Getty Images

North Carolina has voted Republican in nine of the last 10 elections, only choosing Barack Obama over John McCain in 2008 in the last 40 years for the White House. But the demographics of the state continue to change, and the state will be less than 60% white for the first time in a Presidential cycle.

The polls for now have Joe Biden leading and possibly gaining momentum as we get closer to election day, and possibly bringing Senate candidate Cal Cunningham with him to Washington. There’s a path for Joe Biden to win the election without North Carolina, but most likely not for President Trump.

Who leads North Carolina polling heading into election day?

FiveThirtyEight.com gives Joe Biden a 64% chance to win in North Carolina

What does betting market say about North Carolina heading into election day?

North Carolina election odds tracker

State Predictit Biden PredictIt Trump PolyMarket Biden PolyMarket Trump Betfair Biden Betfair Trump Pinnacle Biden Pinnacle Trump FiveThirtyEight projection
State Predictit Biden PredictIt Trump PolyMarket Biden PolyMarket Trump Betfair Biden Betfair Trump Pinnacle Biden Pinnacle Trump FiveThirtyEight projection
North Carolina $0.52 $0.53 $0.52 $0.48 1.67 2 2.01 1.75 Biden 64%

Who won North Carolina?

TBD

What was the final vote tally for North Carolina in the presidential election?

TBD

How many electoral votes does North Carolina have?

15