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, NC Policy Watch targeted two broad topics of real and immediate relevance to the state policy debates: mental health and affordable housing. The poll also looked at the interrelation between mental health and the death penalty. A detailed discussion of the poll results is in this week’s Weekly Briefing.
The Carolina Issues Poll was conducted by the private firm of Public Policy Polling. 574 North Carolina voters were surveyed on March 29 and 30. The survey has a margin of error of ± 4.1%. Complete results are attached and can be found here. These include exact question wording and “crosstabs” broken down by gender, party affiliation, race, and age.
Click here for the poll results.
Click here for the press release.