With the State Board of Elections set to convene history-making hearings into the campaign finances of former Governor Mike Easley, a new poll released shows current Governor Bev Perdue is thought of more unfavorably than Easley by the voters of North Carolina.
North Carolina voters favor Republican Congressional candidates over their Democratic opponents according to results of the latest Civitas Flash Poll released today.
A majority of North Carolina voters disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as President according to the latest results of a new Civitas Flash Poll released today.
The percentage of voters who disapprove of Gov. Bev Perdue’s job performance reached a new high according to the latest results of the Civitas Flash Poll released today.
More voters disapprove of Barack Obama’s job as President than approve according to the results of the inaugural Civitas Flash Poll released today.
The percentage of voters who approve of Gov. Bev Perdue’s job in office remains under 30 percent according to the inaugural Civitas Flash Poll results released today.
With President Barack Obama set to address Congress tomorrow evening to plead his case for overhauling the health insurance and health care industry, a new Civitas Flash Poll released today finds voters deeply divided on their support for the plan.
As the deadline for passing a new budget nears one month overdue, a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute shows that an overwhelming majority of voters think legislators should stop getting paid until they complete their work on the state’s budget.
Nearly two-thirds of North Carolina voters would support a new law giving them the ability to recall elected officials according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute. According to the live caller poll of 600 voters, 64 percent would support a new law to allow voters to remove elected officials from office through a recall vote. Only 21 percent would oppose a new law. 15 percent were not sure.
As House and Senate budget negotiators appear to be inching towards a compromise revenue package to raise nearly $1 billion in new taxes, voters are overwhelmingly opposed to temporarily increasing the state sales tax by one cent to 7.75 percent.
Just nine months after defeating Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory in the race for Governor, Bev Perdue now trails McCrory by 14 points in a hypothetical matchup according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute.
Governor Bev Perdue's favorability with North Carolina voters continues to take a nosedive according to results of a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute.
While the President and Congress move full speed ahead on an overhaul of the nation’s health care system, it appears the administration’s demand for higher taxes for universal healthcare coverage is not widely supported by voters in North Carolina.
As Democrats continue their search for potential challengers to US Senator Richard Burr in 2010, a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute shows that two potential Burr challengers would begin the race virtually unknown.
North Carolina voters now have an unfavorable opinion of Gov. Bev Perdue according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute. This represents a dramatic reversal from the glowing ratings voters gave Perdue just a few months ago.