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    Obama Supporters Stand By Their Man

    Posted in Civitas Events, Elections & Campaigns, Politicians & Politicking, Polling By Jim Tynen | Tagged ,

    The verbatim responses to our last Civitas Poll have some revealing sides. We’ll soon publish a much fuller account of these poll responses, and you can see for yourself what NC voters are thinking. (Our poll has Romney in the lead 47-45.) One thing struck me in the actual words of voters: the unflinching support […]

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    Civitas' May Statewide Presidential Poll: The Voters Speak

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Politicians & Politicking, Polling By Scott Blakeman | Tagged , , ,

    Keep your eye on Civitas Review and our home page for a complete report of verbatim responses from NC voters. You won't want to miss it! During the month of May, Civitas conducted a statewide poll in an attempt to asses the general  mood of North Carolina voters regarding the upcoming presidential election. The question […]

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    May Polling Results

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Polling By Francis De Luca | Tagged , , , , ,

    Under the dome has our latest releases on the May Primary polling but they got the story half right. Here they posted about the New poll shows Democratic primary for governor a toss up without a link to the press release. The release said that of those who voted Dalton in the Gov. race and […]

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    Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell: Almost 30% more popular than NC's Perdue

    Posted in Polling By Neal Inman

    Things are going well for Virgina's Gov. Bob McDonnell. Nearly two years after his victory over Democrat Creigh Deeds, the Republican has an eye-popping 69.6 percent approval rating according to a new Christopher Newport University/Richmond Times-Dispatch poll. Virginians are a largely content bunch when it comes to the direction of the state but hold a more dismal view […]

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    Obama Threatens to Pull a Perdue

    Posted in Budget & Taxes, Economics, Immigration, Politicians & Politicking, Polling By Paul Valone | Tagged , , , , , , ,

    In the past few weeks, the debate in Washington over raising the debt ceiling has grown more and more heated. While it is assumed that both sides ultimately want to prevent the nation from defaulting on its debt, each side of the aisle has its own agenda to achieve along with the increase in the […]

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