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NC: Obama Approval (PPP 10/2-4)


Public Policy Polling (D)
10/2-4/09; 683 likely voters, 3.8% margin of error
Mode: IVR
(PPP release)

North Carolina

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 45 / 49 (chart)

Are you disappointed that the United States was not chosen to host the 2016 Olympics?
23% Yes, 65% No

Do you think that going to Denmark to campaign for the United States to host the Olympics was an appropriate use of President Obama's time?
38% Yes, 55% No

Do you support or oppose President Obama's health care plan, or do you not have an opinion?
38% Support, 53% Oppose

 

Comments
RaleighNC:

Title needs to change from "Perdue" to "Obama".

Looks like NC has awoken from her stupor on election night. Tsk, tsk, tsk...told ya so!

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Wong:

It may be just a little early to predict the demise of Obama in NC. The most important # for the President will be the unemployment rate in NC in Oct of 2012.

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bongocongo:

Obama carried North Carolina by a
measly 14,000 votes in 2008, a tidal
wave year for Dems.

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Xenobion:

Yeah I'm sure NCers are just hungry for McCain now. lol.

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BlueStateDem:

I'm a native born North Carolinian and a yellow dog Democrat. And I can tell you that bumper stickers have nothing to do with anything. I took my bumper stickers for Obama, Hagan, and Perdue off after Inauguration Day. I just don't see a need to make bumper stickers a permanent fixture on my car, especially if I plan to show my support every two to four years.

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