Category Archives: Polls

Poll: No clear GOP frontrunner in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race, but Hagan still vulnerable

Thom Tillis and Greg Brannon (Photos: Thom Tillis for U.S. Senate / Greg Brannon for U.S. Senate) With eight weeks to go before the May 6 primary, no clear leader has emerged in the crowded pack of Republicans looking to … Continue reading

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Poll: Clinton, Huckabee lead pack for 2016 while Christie stumbles

Photos: Kai Mörk / Gage Skidmore Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee leads a crowded field of possible Republican presidential candidates for 2016, overtaking a falling New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie among GOP voters, according to new numbers from Public Policy … Continue reading

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Poll: Tillis moves up in GOP primary, Senate race still tied

Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan faces a field of potential Republican candidates: (top) N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis, pastor Mark Harris, physician Greg Brannon, nurse Heather Grant and radio host Bill Flynn. N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis has made gains among … Continue reading

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Record number of voters identify as independents, but fewer call themselves moderate

The number of Americans self-identifying as independent voters reached 42 percent in 2013, the highest rate in 25 years. But paradoxically, a smaller number called themselves moderate last year, indicating a less partisan but more ideologically polarized electorate. The share … Continue reading

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McCrory approval up slightly, still net negative

After his job approval fell to its lowest level yet in September, Republican Gov. Pat McCrory’s standing among North Carolina voters has improved slightly this month, according to new survey results from Public Policy Polling. McCrory’s favorability rating is at … Continue reading

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