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A TAPster found the nuggets below in Public Policy Polling’s crosstabs on 2010 Governor’s race between Pat McCrory and Bev Perdue.  They illustrate the challenge the Governor faces.
  • 29% of self-identified President Obama voters disapprove of Governor Perdue’s job performance
  • 18% of self-identified Obama voters say they will vote for McCrory for Governor over Perdue
  • 21% of self-identified Obama voters say they have a favorable opinion of McCrory
  • 48% of residents who have lived in the state 10 years or less have an unfavorable opinion of Perdue
  • 70+ voters are the only age demographic where Perdue leads McCrory, with 40% of these voters “undecided”
  • 46% of self-identified “moderate” voters disapprove of Perdue’s job performance
  • 57% of self-identified “somewhat conservative” voters disapprove of Perdue’s job performance
  • McCrory has a 49% to 37% advantage over Perdue with most likely female voters
  • Independent voters prefer McCrory 49% to 30% over the Governor
  • 21% of unaffiliated voters say they remain undecided in the McCrory/Perdue head-to-head match-up
  • 37% of most likely GOP voters say they don’t know enough about Pat McCrory to have an opinion of the Mayor
  • 15% of African American voters say they don’t know enough about Bev Perdue to have an opinion of the Governor.

You can see the survey and crosstabs here. www.publicpolicypolling.com

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One comment on “Perdue-McCrory Poll Nuggets

  1. lsnyder says:

    Gary,
    Is this a poll taken in 2008 or a poll taken in 2010? I am guessing you are foreshadowing for 2012?

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