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Polling Archives

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    Feb
    15

    Voters Don't Like Veto Threat

    Posted in Politicians & Politicking, Polling By Francis De Luca | Tagged , ,

    In our latest poll voters told us they would rather Gov Perdue sign the Balanced Budget Act of 2011 than veto it. Read the release here. Democrats were actually the strongest in support of her signing the bill.

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    Jan
    31

    NC Democratic & Unaffiliated Voters on Board for Protecting Patient Rights

    Posted in Healthcare, Polling By Katie Trout | Tagged , ,

    As the General Assembly gets set to take up  the Protect Health Care Freedom bill, new numbers on voter sentiment about the federal health care legislation and proposed state legislation are out. A recent PPP release said independent voters, who supported Republican candidates this past November, are not in line with the party on this […]

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    Jan
    26

    Last Chance To Register For This Month's Poll Luncheon

    Posted in Polling By Civitas Staff

    This month's poll results will be released at 4 p.m. today at the Cardinal Club, located on the 28th floor of the Wachovia Building, in downtown Raleigh. Our two speakers this month will be Brad Crone and Paul Shumaker. Registration closes at noon, but you will still be able to pay at the door, but […]

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    Jan
    07

    The policy watch folks really need to get a life…

    Posted in Polling, Public Safety By Francis De Luca | Tagged

    The folks over on the left hate our polls, except when they like them. The question that has them in a tizzy is the "slanted" wording in the following question: "Do you favor or oppose the death penalty for those convicted of first-degree murder in North Carolina?" What really has them upset is that 71% […]

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    Jan
    04

    NC wants cap on charter schools removed

    Posted in Education, Polling By Bob Luebke | Tagged , ,

    Removing the charter school cap will likely be one of the first items of business when the General Assembly reconvenes in Raleigh  month. I’ve written frequently (here and here) on why this is a good idea.  Evidently, there are lots of North Carolinians who think so as well.  Results from a new Civitas Poll show strong bi-partisan support […]

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