Most North Carolinians favor smaller government and fear President Joe Biden’s administration will do too much to increase the size and role of government.
In this new poll, respondents were mostly women (55%), and about 63% of respondents were age 50 and older. About 70% of them were white, and 48.2% live in suburban North Carolina. About 34% were registered as Republicans, 37% were registered as Democrats, 24% were unaffiliated, 2% were registered with another party and 2% were unsure.
About 49% of respondents said they disapproved of the job Biden was doing as president, about 48% of respondents said they approved and 2% said they neither approved nor disapproved.
When it comes to state government, the North Carolinians surveyed showed more satisfaction in Gov. Roy Cooper’s leadership. Results showed 53% favored Cooper and 41% disapproved.
The survey was conducted May 6-8 by Cygnal and has a margin of error of plus-minus 4%.
by The Center Square | Johnson City Press | June 15, 2021