Fox News and The Associated Press, which NPR relies on, were the earliest to call Arizona for Biden. Other networks didn't follow for days, as Biden's lead shrank dramatically and some doubted the AP.
After a primary or an election, data is quickly available about how certain demographics voted. WFDD listener Susan DeVaney wants to know where this information comes from. WFDD finds out in this quick edition of Carolina Curious.
Fox News and the Associated Press are upending a quarter century of how elections are measured — and races called — launching a new approach for this fall's midterm elections.
Younger Asian-Americans are more likely to cite unequal treatment by police than older generations, according to a survey of Asian-American voters who are also split on the issue along ethnic lines.
In 2012, whites without a college degree were far more likely to vote Republican. They are a shrinking part of the electorate, but their influence is growing in GOP primaries.