A new Civitas poll reveals how registered NC voters view selected Republican president hopefuls when pitted against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on a presidential ballot.
A Civitas poll lunch Thursday will highlight some of the hottest issues and most important political figures on the political scene in North Carolina.
Conservatives seeking inspiration, guidance, and perhaps a few words of caution can find all that in “Conservative Heroes,” the latest book from Raleigh businessman and author Garland S. Tucker III.
September 17, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Francis De Luca (919) 834-2099 Francis.DeLuca@NCCivitas.org RALEIGH –The Civitas Institute has released verbatim responses from North Carolina unaffiliated voters explaining why they decided not to accept any party’s label. “Aside from the numbers, our polls provide other insights into what North Carolinians are…
What are unaffiliated voters in North Carolina really thinking? Every August our Civitas Poll surveys this vital bloc to find out. To see a PowerPoint presentation of this year’s results, click here.
Recommendations for the 2015 Budget Negotiations As budget negotiations for the long-overdue 2015 North Carolina state budget continue, the Civitas Institute would like to remind legislators and taxpayers about opportunities to save real money in the budget – which will enable negotiators to come to an agreement once and for…
A new Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters shows Gov. Pat McCrory trailing Attorney General Roy Cooper in a hypothetical gubernatorial race.
North Carolina taxpayers are about to get stuck with a big bill – if the General Assembly continues the state’s “Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard” (REPS) and renewable energy tax credit policies.
A new Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters shows that an overwhelming majority of North Carolina Unaffiliated voters support an amendment to the North Carolina Constitution which would require a vote of two-thirds majority of both houses of the state legislature to approve all income tax rate increases.
A new Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters shows that an overwhelming majority of them support an amendment to the state Constitution which would require a vote of two-thirds majority of both houses of the legislature to approve all income tax rate increases.