Polling

  • April 2013 Poll Results

  • April 2013 Poll Presentation Slides

    The Civitas Institute’s April Poll Presentation focused on registered voters attitudes on tax reform proposals, approval ratings for key leaders, and other timely NC issues.

  • March 2013 Poll Results

  • February 2013 Poll Results

  • September 2012 Poll Results

  • August 2012 Poll Results

    This poll of 400 registered, unaffiliated 2012 general election voters in North Carolina was conducted Aug.20-21, 2012 by National Research, Inc. of Holmdel, NJ. All respondents were part of a fully representative sample of registered 2012 general election voters in North Carolina. For purposes of this study, voters interviewed had to have voted in at […]

  • July 2012 Poll Results

    This poll of 600 registered 2012 general election voters in North Carolina was conducted July 16-18, 2012 by National Research, Inc. of Holmdel, NJ. All respondents were part of a fully representative sample of registered 2012 general election voters in North Carolina. For purposes of this study, voters interviewed had to have voted in at […]

  • What would you say is the single best thing the NC legislature should do to improve the economy and create jobs?

    AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 55-64 IDEOLOGY:   RACE: Af Am I can’t say really truthfully because on one hand they need to create jobs, but on the other hand they keep fighting with each other. AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 65+ IDEOLOGY:   RACE: White Back the President. AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M […]

  • What would you say are the most important attributes a North Carolina Supreme Court Justice should possess?

    CHOICE: Def Newby AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 65+ IDEOLOGY:   RACE: White Honesty. CHOICE: Def Newby AREA: Western GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 65+ IDEOLOGY:   RACE: White Honesty. CHOICE: Def Newby AREA: Western GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 55-64 IDEOLOGY:   RACE: White I couldn’t really say. CHOICE: Def Newby AREA: Piedmont Triad GENDER: […]

  • Verbatim Impressions of Obama

    When I mention President Barack Obama, what are the first few things that come to your mind? OBAMA IMAGE: Very Fav AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 55-64 IDEOLOGY:   RACE: Af Am CHOICE: Def Obama African American first president. He’s doing a good job. OBAMA IMAGE: Very Fav AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: […]

  • Verbatim Impressions of Romney

    When I mention Mitt Romney, what are the first few things that come to your mind? ROMNEY IMAGE: Very Fav AREA: Charlotte GENDER: M PARTY: AGE: 25-34 IDEOLOGY:   RACE: Hispanic CHOICE: Def Romney Good businessman. Was the governor and a guy we need in office to make things better. ROMNEY IMAGE: Very Fav AREA: […]

  • July 2012 Flash Poll Results

    600 adults from the entire state of North Carolina were interviewed by SurveyUSA 06/29/12 through 07/01/12, exclusively for the JW Pope Civitas Institute of Raleigh. Of the adults, 558 were identified by SurveyUSA as being registered to vote and were asked about the elections for President and North Carolina governor. Of the adults, 509 were […]

  • July Civitas Poll Lunches: NC Remains a Key State in Campaigns

    The July Civitas Poll Lunches — one in Charlotte, one in Raleigh — provided close looks at the political races and voters’ outlooks. At the Raleigh Poll Lunch, the News & Observer’s Rob Christensen observed that NC remains a key state. First, politically and demographically, “North Carolina is Middle America.” That makes it key for […]

  • May 2012 Verbatims: Romney vs. Obama

    Q14. Can you please tell me why you are voting this way? CHOICE: Def Romney COUNTY: Alamance GENDER: M AGE: 25-34 PARTY: IDEOLOGY:   RACE: White OBAMA IMAGE: Smwt Unfav ROMNEY IMAGE: Smwt UnFav Incumbent presidents are more susceptible to getting into trouble in their second term as president. I also strongly disapprove of the […]

  • May 2012 Poll Results

    This poll of 600 registered 2012 general election voters in North Carolina was conducted May 19-20, 2012 by National Research, Inc. of Holmdel, NJ. All respondents were part of a fully representative sample of registered 2012 general election voters in North Carolina. For purposes of this study, voters interviewed had to have voted in at […]

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