Skip to comments.North Carolina Senate: Tillis (R) 45%, Hagan (D) 44%
Posted on 05/13/2014 4:15:11 PM PDT by Clintonfatigued
The North Carolina Senate race is now almost dead even.
The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely North Carolina Voters finds that State House Speaker Thom Tillis, the winner of Tuesdays Republican primary, earns 45% support to incumbent Democratic Senator Kay Hagans 44%. Five percent (5%) prefer some other candidate, and seven percent (7%) are undecided.(To see survey question wording, click here.)
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Tillis has slipped a little but is still better than even odds to unseat liberal Hagan.
Wow, how much do the Democrats have to SUCK in the past 8 years for voters to wake up? Oh wait, VOTER FRAUD is alive and well I suppose.
Tillis will rout her. Right now, some Brannon supporters will not vote Tillis, but they will by November. And then there’s the name ID of incumbency. Tillis will win.
Well you know that we have a saying her in NC...”vote early and vote often” and then there are those whose vote continues perpetually from the grave...
How can the Hag be within striking distance? WTH is wrong with NC? Wait, I already know....the same as everywhere else: the urban tail (Charlotte, Asheville, Raleigh Durham, etc). will wag the state dog.
Hagan, Gov McCrory and Burr all have problems.
According the poll, when the 45 percent of respondents who disapproved of Hagan were asked why, her support for the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, was the most frequent reason given. Worth noting: only 32 percent of respondents said they approved of the job North Carolina’s other U.S. Senator, Republican Richard Burr, was doing.
Plenty of Obama 2008 stickers still stuck! The cars are always beaters and so are the people inside, generally.
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