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April 11, 2012


Obama Leads in North Carolina

A new Public Policy Polling survey in North Carolina finds President Obama leads Mitt Romney by five points, 49% to 44%.

Key finding: "The Republican nomination process has taken a huge toll on Romney's image in North Carolina. In February of 2011 voters in the state were almost evenly divided on him with 37% rating him favorably to 39% who had a negative opinion of him. Now that spread is a dreadful 29/58. His numbers with GOP voters are about where they've been, but he's seen a considerable drop in his appeal to Democrats and independents."














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