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How Greenville’s population boom hasn’t changed voting patterns and where people are moving from

Brent Nelsen, Department of Politics and International Affairs.

Last updated July 26, 2022

By Tina Underwood, Contributing Writer

Jay King of Greenville Journal unpacks how an influx of 74,000 residents in the past decade has impacted voting patterns in Greenville County. He turned to Furman University’s Brent Nelsen, a professor of politics and international affairs, for comment. “Of the people moving into new areas, there will usually be the same distribution of voters and nonvoters,” Nelsen said.

Last updated July 26, 2022
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