Carolina Issues Poll

Carolina Issues Poll

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Carolina Issues Poll September 2012

New poll shows strong support for stronger worker protection laws and law enforcement   NC Policy Watch is happy to announce the release of the latest edition of its Carolina Issues Poll. This month’s poll quizzed 664 voters ...
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Carolina Issues Poll May 2012

New poll shows strong support for election reform and concerns about casino gambling, fracking, hospital practices, repeal of consumer protections and impact of Amendment One. With state lawmakers returning to Raleightomorrow afternoon to begin the 2012 legislative session, ...
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Carolina Issues Poll – April 2012

New Carolina Issues Poll shows strong voter support for public schools and teachers and strong opposition to the legislature’s funding cuts NC Policy Watch is happy to announce the release of a special, public education edition of its ...
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Carolina Issues Poll – November 2011

NC Policy Watch is happy to announce the release of a special Charlotte edition of its Carolina Issues Poll. The poll, which was conducted by the nationally recognized, Raleigh-based polling firm Public Policy Polling, quizzed 957 voters on ...
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Carolina Issues poll – May 2011

NC Policy Watch is happy to announce the release of the May 2011 edition of its Carolina Issues Poll. Each month, the staff of NC Policy Watch develops a series of questions on timely issues impacting state policy ...
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Carolina Issues Poll – April 2011

NC Policy Watch is happy to announce the release of the April 2011 edition of its Carolina Issues Poll. Each month, the staff of NC Policy Watch develops a series of questions on timely issues impacting state policy ...
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Carolina Issues Poll – March, 2011

NC Policy Watch is happy to announce the return of its Carolina Issues Polls. Each month, the staff of NC Policy Watch will work with nationally recognized, Raleigh-based polling firm, Public Policy Polling to sample public opinion on ...
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The Latest Carolina Issues Poll

The Carolina Issues Poll is a quarterly voter survey conducted by NC Policy Watch that asks different questions on topics of importance to North Carolinians and their elected officials. In the latest survey, N.C. Policy Watch sought to ...
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Carolina Issues Poll

The Latest Carolina Issues Poll

The Carolina Issues Poll is a quarterly voter survey conducted by NC Policy Watch that asks different questions on topics of importance to North Carolinians and their elected officials. In the latest survey, N.C. Policy Watch sought to ...
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Inaugural “Carolina Issues Poll”

The Carolina Issues Poll is a new (and soon to be regular) voter survey conducted by NC Policy Watch that asks different questions on topics of importance to North Carolinians and their elected officials. For this inaugural poll, ...
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NC Policy Watch Unveils Inaugural “Carolina Issues Poll”

Results Show that Voters are Supportive of Public, Humane Solutions in Mental Health and Affordable Housing By Rob Schofield Quick Take:
  • NC Policy Watch, North Carolina's leading provider of commentary and analysis on state public policy issues, has added yet another feature to its fast growing menu of products and services - the "Carolina Issues Poll."
  • In the poll's inaugural edition, Policy Watch sought to gauge the opinion of North Carolina registered voters on two timely and important policy topics: mental health and affordable housing.
  • Results from the poll show that North Carolinians are broadly supportive of new publicly funded efforts to aid the mentally ill, oppose executing mentally ill persons convicted of murder and support more public efforts to ease the state's affordable housing and foreclosure crises.
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