Category Archives: Polls

Poll: No clear winner in first GOP Senate debate

A survey in the wake of Tuesday night’s first Republican U.S. Senate debate finds none of the four candidates scoring a decisive victory. According to the SurveyUSA poll commissioned by debate host Time Warner Cable News, 51 percent of viewers … Continue reading

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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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