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            Quick Facts and Information About North Carolina


            North Carolina is a state in the southeastern United States, and it is bordered by Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia and the Atlantic Ocean. This page lists some basic, quick facts about North Carolina and provides links to other useful information.



            Quick Facts


            Date North Carolina became a state: November 21, 1789 (12th state)


            State Capital: Raleigh (Wake County)


            : Roy Cooper


            State Motto: Esse Quam Videri: To be rather than to seem


            State Song: The Old North State


            State Colors: Red and Blue


            State Bird: Cardinal


            State Flower: Dogwood


            State Name Origin and Nicknames: Carolina, the Tar Heel State, the Old North State


            $575,605,000,000 (2018, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis)


            Population Estimate: 10,383,620 people (, 2018) ()


            Population Rank: 9th largest state in the United States


            Largest City (Population): Charlotte -- 830,258 ()


            Total Land Area: 48,617.91 square miles


            Land Area Rank: 28th largest state in the United States by land area


            Number of Counties: 100


            Highest Point in North Carolina: (6,683 feet)


            Distance Between Murphy and Manteo: 546 miles (driving); 474.5 miles (direct, "as the crow flies")


            Seats in the U.S. House of Representatives: 13


            Seats in the N.C. General Assembly: 120 members in the House; 50 members in the Senate. Find your state legislators at



            Links to useful information




            (NC Office of Budget and Management)


            Locate for North Carolina (U.S. House of Representatives website)


            Locate for North Carolina (U.S. Senate website)


            website (NC State Legislature)



            North Carolina State Symbols and other Official Adoptions (NCpedia article)


            (NC State Bureau of Investigation)


            (NC Public Schools)



            (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2019)


            (NC Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer 江西11选5开奖视频, 2018)


            (NC Office of Budget and Management: population, labor, education, transportation, agriculture, and other data for NC)



            Updated July 2019

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            TUBS. North Carolina in United States. CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons, (accessed October 2, 2016).

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            The "Quick Facts" about North Carolina still list Pat McCrory as the governor when it should be Roy Cooper.
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            Thank you for alerting us. The article has been corrected.

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            If you are looking for information about districts for Representatives and Senators in the North Carolina General Assembly, there is some information on their website. .

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