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Our latest poll results are in

The latest NC Policy Watch Carolina Issues Poll results are in. They show:

  • Strong voter support for Governor Perdue’s position in the current stalemate over the extension on unemployment benefits,
  • A preference for leaving taxes at current rates rather than cutting essential services,
  • Support for accepting high speed rail dollars,
  • Support for requiring community colleges to make low-cost federal loans available to students,
  • Overwhelming opposition to raising interest rates on consumer loans, and
  • Support for removing roadblocks to the reintegration into society of ex-criminal offenders.

Read the poll results by clicking here and all of the details about who was polled and how the questions were asked by clicking here.

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