The state’s presidential primary was moved to March 15 to make it more relevant. Well, it is.
This Washington Post column is a pretty good summary of the situation in the Republican race for the nomination: If the Trump train really gets rolling in North Carolina and the other states on March 15, it’ll be really hard to stop. But if Trump loses momentum, his opponents will be encouraged to fight on, maybe on to the floor of the GOP Convention.
On the Democratic side, though Hillary Clinton is leading, the progressive wing of the party thinks Bernie Sanders is still in it.
All of which makes the balloting on March 15 crucial. The best indicator of what’s going to happen in the NC primary will be showcased March 10 at a series of Civitas Poll Presentations. We will unveil the freshest, most accurate poll results available — not only on the presidential race, but on key state races, and the most revealing indicators of what voters are thinking.
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