The latest Civitas poll included questions on key political attitudes, including likely NC voters’ views of the state parties and U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, who is expected to run for reelection next year.
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 new Civitas poll sheds light on how NC voters view two top leaders expected to face off on the ballot next year: Republican Gov. Pat McCrory and his likely Democrat opponent, Attorney General Roy Cooper.
A Civitas poll lunch Thursday will highlight some of the hottest issues and most important political figures on the political scene in North Carolina.
Civitas Institute President Col Francis X. De Luca USMCR (Ret) has joined 140 other conservative leaders who have signed a pledge to oppose any bill that grants taxpayer funds to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider.
Civitas Institute sent letters to the North Carolina State Auditor, the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE), and the superintendent of the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) inquiring as to whether the NCAE legally qualifies to continue receiving its state-administered “dues checkoff” benefit.
The Civitas Institute is hailing key victories in the final budget signed today by Governor McCrory. “Four crucial sections in the budget were real wins for conservative ideas, and we are glad to have helped make those wins possible,” Civitas President Francis De Luca said. Civitas has addressed all four…
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…
The Civitas Institute Center for Law and Freedom joined other legal and policy organizations in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the freedom of employees to choose what political causes they support.
The latest Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters helps illuminate this crucial voting bloc. “This poll of voters is the fastest-growing part of the electorate, but as a group they are often poorly understood,” Civitas President Francis De Luca said