Category Archives: Polls

Clintons, Bush top popularity poll in N.C.

Democratic political power couple Bill and Hillary Clinton both enjoy relatively high favorability ratings in North Carolina, as does former Republican president George W. Bush. According to the High Point University poll, former president Bill Clinton is viewed positively by … Continue reading

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N.C. voters want Clinton, Romney to run for White House in 2016

Photos: Kai Mörk / Gage Skidmore One election ends, another begins. With this year’s vote in the history books, the political world is already turning its attention to 2016 and that year’s race for the White House. While the 2016 … Continue reading

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Hagan & Tillis running neck and neck in final days of election

A new poll finds Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan holding a one-point edge over Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis with early voting underway and Election Day fast approaching. Commissioned by the League of Conservation Voters in Washington, D.C., and … Continue reading

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Poll: Gender, income divide seen in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate contest

Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan is clinging to a four-point lead over Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis with less than a week left in this year’s election, according to new results from the Elon University Poll. The survey finds … Continue reading

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Poll: Hagan, Tillis tied going into final week of election

Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis are locked in a dead heat with early voting underway and Election Day just over a week away, according to a new poll from High Point University. The … Continue reading

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