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September 10, 2012


North Carolina Remains Very Tight

A new Public Policy Polling survey in North Carolina finds President Obama edges Mitt Romney, 49% to 48%, essentially unchanged from last week.

"Why no bounce? North Carolina voters have simply proven to be pretty intractable. We have polled an Obama/Romney match up in the state 25 times since November of 2010. Obama and Romney have been within 3 points of each other 24 out of those 25 times. Sometimes Obama's up by a little and sometimes Romney's up by a little but it's never outside the margin of error."














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