North Carolina

August 16, 2022

On November 21, 1789, North Carolina ratified the Constitution to become the twelfth state in the Union. 
the capital of North Carolina was Edenton from 1722-1766, New Bern, was the second capital of North Carolina and Raleigh. North Carolina is 52,672 square miles. North Carolina borders the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Virginia to the north, Tennessee to the west, and Georgia and South Carolina to the south.

North Carolina has 15 electoral votes. A voter ID tells if a person is eligible to vote. North Carolina’s population in 2022 is estimated to be 10.69 million, 66% of that population is urban 34% is rural.

The average household income is $56,642. School Required for Ages:  7-16, the notification is required, and teacher Qualifications are also required. Gun laws in North Carolina regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the U.S. state of North Carolina. North Carolina is a permissive state for firearms ownership. The state maintains concealed carry reciprocity with any other state so long as the permit is valid.

The state is a leading producer of sweet potatoes, tobacco, Christmas trees, hogs, turkeys, trout, strawberries, and pickling cucumbers. 
The five leading industries in North Carolina are Aerospace & Defense, Automotive Truck & Heavy Machinery, Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals, Business & Financial Services, and Energy.

the main interstates in North Carolina are I-75, I-85, I-87, and I-95.
The state income tax is 5.25% of your earnings, the property tax is 0.77%,
North Carolina assesses a 3 percent sales tax on all vehicle purchases.
North Carolina’s gross domestic product is North 11th largest state economy by GDP in the U.S. at nearly $566 billion

The 7th president Andrew Jackson was born in North Carolina in 1767 and 1845