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The Political Divide – Fall 2017

The latest edition of the Meredith College Poll, which surveyed opinions on current political issues, found that more than party affiliation divides North Carolina’s voters. 

Topics explored by the Meredith College Poll explored voter opinion on the direction of the country, interest in politics, the effect of political differences on personal relationships, and the causes of the political divide. The Meredith College Poll also surveyed respondents on key issues, such as DACA, North Korea, the president’s handling of hurricane relief efforts, and more.

The Meredith College Poll conducted a combination poll consisting of 233 live caller respondents and 577 email respondents of registered North Carolina voters from September 17-30, 2017. The results reported have a margin of error of 3%

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