Source Archives: Civitas Institute

  • Latest March Polling Results Posted

    Below are links to our March Polling results and cross tabs. Along with our usual polling on elected officials favor-ability and approval) (Governor and President) we also tested North Carolina voters on the following issues: Affordable Health Care Act approval&...

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  • How the Legislature Can Protect Election Integrity

    Lawmakers should act while courts ponder the state’s previous reforms. Common-sense steps can help ensure all voters are treated equally. Better ID and SDR procedures would bolster election security. As we wait to see what will happen in ...

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  • Poll: Trump Numbers Improve in NC

    The Latest Civitas Poll Uncovers Hidden Support for President Trump   RALEIGH – The latest Civitas poll has found that two months into his presidency, President Trump’s numbers are improving in North Carolina. The full text of ...

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  • Civitas Poll: North Carolinians Optimistic About Economy

    RALEIGH – The latest Civitas poll has found that when asked how long it will take for the economy to improve, or if they believe the recession has already ended, a majority of North Carolina voters said the ...

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  • This Bill is full of “Holes!”

    There is a false sense of security provided by government “protections” Competitive markets provide superior ‘regulations’ than bureaucrats  Licensing requirements generate revenue, they do not generate health   There are currently no laws regulating ...

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  • Cooper, Vouchers and the Veneer of Progressive Accountability

    Gov. Roy Cooper criticizes Opportunity Scholarship Program for not being accountable. The governor’s vision of accountability is rooted in his progressive ideals and his top-down understanding of the subject. Failing schools, disappointing test scores and dissatisfied parents call ...

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  • Gov Cooper: Stop Suppressing the Vote

    Governor Roy Cooper has just vetoed his first bill, HB 100. The legislation would return party labels to judicial races in North Carolina. Judges, just like everyone else, are political. They are either liberal or conservative. Party labels give voters valuable ...

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  • School Voucher Study Suffers from Design Flaws and Questionable Conclusions

    Duke Voucher Study critical of Opportunity Scholarship Program. Study acknowledges difficulties in making legitimate comparisons to students who remained in public schools; but made them anyway. Incorrectly assumes more accountability equates with better academic results. Last week Duke’s ...

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  • Mike Adams: Why Silly Campus Stunts Are Serious Business

    Radical campus protests may seem aimless to many But the protestors have a clearly understood goal Cultural Marxism seeks to destroy traditional institutions of Western Civilization You may have seen some of the bizarre things happening at universities recently and ...

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