As the news was breaking that former Sen. Kay Hagan would not seek a Senate seat in 2016, Civitas-commissioned pollsters were finding that the Democrat had less support from NC voters than the Republican incumbents in the Senate and the Governor’s Office.
The Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters shows that two-thirds of them still strongly support the traditional view of marriage.
The Civitas Institute applauds Senate leadership for introducing further tax reform this afternoon that will continue to bolster North Carolina’s economy and job creation.
Starting Tuesday, June 9, the Civitas Institute is delving into the next generation of talk radio. The Freedom Action Network will begin its broadcast day at 3 p.m. with a live two-hour talk show hosted by political insider and experienced, top-rated radio host Chad Adams.
The most recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters shows they continue to favor cutting spending rather than raising taxes to control state spending.
A new Civitas Poll reveals: North Carolina voters’ priorities are clear. While they support the UNC system, there is no appetite for extra spending.
The most recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters compared their current views with the positions of voters in May 2005, when Civitas took its first poll.
A new Civitas Poll of registered North Carolina voters shows overwhelming support for legislation in North Carolina that protects religious freedoms.
The most recent Civitas Poll found President Obama’s job approval ratings underwater. Additional poll results – featuring comparisons with our very first poll 10 years ago – will be released at our Poll Presentation on Thursday, May 15.
Well-financed leftist foundations are behind the “Big Solar” movement in North Carolina being embraced by a growing number of Republicans, according to a new article by the Civitas Institute. “These days it seems tacking the word ‘conservative’ on to a name of a group has become a tactic by not-so-conservative…