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Oct 5, 2016

Only quarter of voters feeling McCrory’s ‘Carolina Comeback’

Political scientists are more circumspect about the reasons voters may have told pollsters they are down on the economy. They say some voters may simply be responding based on partisan allegiance rather than economic indicators. Steve Greene, political science, featured. 

Oct 3, 2016

Republicans Battle Trump Factor in Effort to Build Veteran Vote

In North Carolina, perhaps the tightest of this year’s battlegrounds, the Republican National Committee is trying to put in place a plan to boost its support among the huge number of veterans in the state. Their plan could be stymied by the lingering resentment Mr Trump has built up among some former military personnel, including, this week, by implying that veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder were not strong. Steven Greene, political science, featured. 

Aug 24, 2016

Seeing Red in North Carolina

Many North Carolinians think the Republican party has taken the state too far to the right. The presidential race and many statewide races are currently within the margin of error in this battleground state. Andy Taylor, political science, featured. 

Aug 18, 2016

Political Experts in Five Battleground States Explain What’s in Play

Political scientists in each of five hotly contested states -- including North Carolina -- explain what Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are looking to achieve — and what they're up against. Steven Greene, political science, featured. 

Aug 3, 2016

Trump, Clinton battle for North Carolina

It's a red state that went blue in 2008. Then switched back to red again in 2012. And now North Carolina, which some here call "the perfect shade of violet" is again a true toss up: it is either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton's state to lose. Steven Greene, political science, featured. 

Jul 6, 2016

Clinton or Trump? North Carolina’s Suburbs Could Be A Key In November

Nobody can help Hillary Clinton with black voters better than Barack Obama. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured