The 2022 Election in North Carolina

In the race for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, Democrat Cheri Beasley and Republican Ted Budd are tied among registered voters in the state. But, among those definitely planning to vote, Budd has a narrow lead over Beasley.

NBC News/Marist Poll Results & Analysis of North Carolina

Biden Up by 6 Points in North Carolina

North Carolina Presidential, Senate, and Governor Races, Oct 2020

In North Carolina, former Vice President Joe Biden receives the support of 52% to 46% for President Donald Trump among likely voters including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who already voted. Among North Carolina registered voters, Biden has 51% to 46% for Trump. Biden (51%) was +7 points over Trump (44%) among North Carolina registered voters in July.

NBC News/Marist Poll Results and Analysis of North Carolina

        Complete July 27, 2020 NBC News/Marist Poll Release of North Carolina Complete July 27, 2020 NBC News/Marist Poll of North Carolina (Annotated Questionnaire) Complete July 27, 2020 NBC News/Marist Poll of North Carolina (Tables) Marist Poll Methodology Nature of the Sample

North Carolina Presidential, Senate, and Governor Races, July 2020

Joe Biden (51%) surpasses the mid-point and leads President Donald Trump (44%) in North Carolina among registered voters. In early March, Biden (49%) edged Trump (45%) by four points among registered voters in a, then, hypothetical matchup. In 2016, Trump carried the state by nearly four points.

North Carolina Primaries, March 2020

NBC News/Marist Poll Results and Analysis of North Carolina

Sanders and Biden Neck and Neck in North Carolina…

10/30: Florida & North Carolina Last Looks

In Florida, Democrat Hillary Clinton, 45%, and Republican Donald Trump, 44%, are in a fierce battle among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson receives 5% while Green Party candidate Jill Stein has 2%.  Three percent of Florida likely voters […]

10/14: North Carolina & Ohio Presidential Race

In North Carolina, Democrat Hillary Clinton, 45%, has a 4-point edge over Republican Donald Trump, 41%, among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Libertarian Gary Johnson has the support of 9%.  Two percent support someone else, and 3% are undecided.  Of note, in […]

8/15: Clinton Strong in Colorado, North Carolina, and Virginia, Up in Florida

In the race for the White House, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are ahead of Republicans Donald Trump and Mike Pence in the battleground states of Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia. Clinton has made her largest gains in Colorado where Clinton, 46%, leads Trump, 32%, by 14 points among registered voters statewide.  This […]