Poll Archive

2020 Poll Archive

December 10, 2020: Elon Poll finds that many N.C. residents are wary of taking COVID-19 vaccine
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[1][2]

October 29, 2020: N.C. voters concerned about election interference, post-election violence and mail-in ballot issues
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[3][4]

October 15, 2020: N.C. residents grade Trump, Cooper on handling of pandemic, express concern about COVID-19 spread with return to school
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[5][6]

July 2, 2020: Most North Carolinians support mask mandate, but less worried about virus now
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[7][8]

March 18, 2020: U.S. residents express high anxiety about coronavirus, split on national response
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[9][10]

February 27, 2020: Politics, health care and the economy: What N.C. voters are thinking heading into Super Tuesday
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[11][12]

2019 Poll Archive

July 31, 2019: Elon University Poll focuses on high-impact experiences in college, writing skills
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[13][14]

April 12, 2019: N.C. residents most concerned about public shootings, terrorism and pedestrian safety
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[15][16]

March 14, 2019: N.C. Voters favor Biden, Sanders over other 2020 presidential contenders
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[17][18]

March 1, 2019: Half of N.C. voters say election fraud is ‘major problem’ in wake of Congressional election scandal
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[19][20]

February 12, 2019: Elon Poll finds slim majority in NC support ending ABC monopoly on liquor sales
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[21][22]

2018 Poll Archive

October 11, 2018: Elon Poll: After Hurricane Florence, North Carolinians believe climate change impacting coast, support environmental policy changes
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[23][24]

September 6, 2018: Elon Poll: N.C. voters know little about proposed constitutional amendments
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[25][26]

August 22, 2018: Elon Poll: Relationships with mentors, friends have powerful impact on college experience
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[27][28]

April 18, 2018: Amazon HQ2: What residents in 19 U.S. finalist cities think about the $5B project
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[29][30]

March 20, 2018: Survey report for 2018 Alamance County Health Assessment
Full Report and Methodology[31]

March 8, 2018: N.C. teachers opposed to carrying guns in their classrooms
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[32][33]

February 23, 2018: N.C. voters more tuned in to leaders in Washington than to those governing in Raleigh
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[34][35]

2017 Poll Archive

Nov. 22, 2017: N.C. shoppers optimistic about economy, say Cyber Monday bigger than Black Friday
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[36][37]

Nov. 16, 2017: One in three in N.C. impacted by opioid addiction crisis
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[38][39]

Nov. 14, 2017: N.C. voters say Russia investigation is ‘serious matter’ and will reveal more criminal activity
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[40][41]

Oct. 3, 2017: N.C. voters disapprove of Trump’s job performance, say president should work across the aisle
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[42][43]

Sept. 28, 2017: The Elon Poll partnered with the Charlotte Observer and WBTV Television to survey Mecklenburg County voters on mayoral race, Trump and Cooper job approval and the state of race relations.
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[44][45]

May 2, 2017: Half of N.C. voters approve of job Cooper doing as governor, support legalizing medicinal marijuana
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[46][47]

April 28, 2017: N.C. voters oppose war with North Korea, split on further military action in Syria
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[48][49]

April 26, 2017: Trump support declines in North Carolina at the end of the first 100 days
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[50][51]

2016 Poll Archive

Nov. 1, 2016: Presidential, governor’s races too close to call in N.C., voters worried about decisions next president will make
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[52][53]

Oct. 4, 2016: Clinton jumps to new lead in N.C., Cooper ahead of McCrory
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[54][55]

Sept. 20, 2016: Trump and Clinton virtually tied in N.C. with racial and gender gaps among likely voters
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[56][57]

Sept. 19, 2016: N.C. voters oppose HB2, razor-thin margins in governor, U.S. Senate races
Press Release • Full Report and Methodology[58][59]

April 19, 2016: Cooper pulls ahead in N.C. gubernatorial race
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[60][61]

February 22, 2016: In N.C., Donald trumps GOP but not Hillary
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[62][63]

2015 Poll Archive

November 19, 2015: North Carolinians divided on fairness in the courts
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[64][65]

November 5, 2015: The doctor is ‘in’ in the Tar Heel State
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[66][67]

September 24, 2015: N.C. primary voters favor Trump and Clinton, with a twist
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[68][69]

July 2, 2015: On Fourth of July, common ground on food but not beer
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[70][71]

June 22, 2015: Americans showing love to Jeb & Hillary
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[72][73]

June 15, 2015: In North Carolina and beyond, fix Obamacare
Press ReleaseFull Report and Methodology[74][75]

April 28, 2015: N.C. frowns on ‘religious freedom’ for denying service to people who are gay or lesbian
Press ReleaseFull Report, Results and Methodology[76][77]

March 11, 2015: N.C. supports police body cameras & public release of footage
Press ReleaseFull Report, Results and Methodology[78][79]

February 24, 2015: Looking ahead to 2016, N.C. favors Clinton over Bush
Press ReleaseFull Report, Results and Methodology[80][81]

2014 Poll Archive

October 30, 2014: Hagan maintains lead in final stretch of U.S. Senate race
Press ReleaseFull Report, Results and Methodology“Most Important Issues” released 11/3/2014“Who Would You Like to See Run for President in 2016?” released 11/6/2014[82][83][84][85]

October 7, 2014: In a close race for U.S. Senate, images and ballot order matter
Press ReleaseFull Report, Results and Methodology[86][87]

September 15, 2014: Hagan leads Tillis with wide gender gap among likely voters
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[88][89]

May 9, 2014: Opinions on “Most Admired North Carolinians”
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[90][91]

May 5, 2014: Residents more upbeat about N.C. with mixed views on social issues
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[92][93]

May 1, 2014: Kay Hagan’s approval stalls as Thom Tillis grows name recognition
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[94][95]

April 3, 2014: Economy, education on the mind of Alamance County residents
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[96][97]

March 3, 2014: U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan’s approval ratings continue to slide
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[98][99]

2013 Poll Archive

December 4, 2013: North Carolinians in the dark about ‘sunshine’ laws
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[100][101]

November 25, 2013: Thankful for health and family, N.C. down on economy, spending
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[102][103]

November 22, 2013: Approval ratings decline for president, governor, Congress, General Assembly, U.S. Senators
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[104][105]

September 20, 2013: In North Carolina, mixed approval on new state laws
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[106][107]

September 19, 2013: Obama, McCrory approval numbers drop in N.C.
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[108][109]

April 17, 2013: North Carolinians oppose several state legislative proposals
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[110][111]

April 12, 2013: N.C. divided on Obama approval and happy with McCrory
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[112][113]

March 4, 2013: Majority in N.C. favor gun control laws
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[114][115]

March 1, 2013: Most in N.C. worried about budget cuts
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[116][117]

Executive Summaries on Various Topics from the February 2013 Elon University Poll

2012 Poll Archive

November 2, 2012: The ‘Pack backs Romney; the Heels dig Obama
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary, Results and Methodology[118][119]

October 29, 2012: Presidential race a dead heat in North Carolina
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary & CrosstabsMethodology[120][121][122]

September 3, 2012: Romney holds lead in N.C. as DNC begins
Press ReleaseExecutive Summary & CrosstabsMethodologyVideo of News ConferenceExpert Panel for News Conference at the DNC[123][124][125][126][127]

May 1, 2012: Two years later, N.C. sour on health care law
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[128][129][130]

April 30, 2012: McCrory leads N.C. gubernatorial candidates in favorability marks
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[131][132][133]

April 27, 2012: Romney trails Obama in favorability in N.C.
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[134][135][136]

April 4, 2012: North Carolinians support voter ID law
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[137][138][139]

April 3, 2012: N.C. blames gas prices on oil companies, foreign nations
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[140][141][142]

April 2, 2012: Support growing for same-sex marriage rights
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[143][144][145]

March 30, 2012: Economic mood brightens in North Carolina
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[146][147][148]

March 9, 2012: Economic mood brightens in North Carolina
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[149][150][151]

March 6, 2012: Obama job approval inches up in N.C.
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[152][153][154]

2011 Poll Archive

November 7, 2011: State residents divided on OWS movement
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[155][156][157]

November 4, 2011: N.C. favors higher taxes on millionaires, unhappy with Congress
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[158][159][160]

October 3, 2011: North Carolinians divided on jobs proposal
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[161][162][163]

September 30, 2011: Majority of N.C. residents oppose constitutional ban on same-sex marriage
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[164][165][166]

April 18, 2011: North Carolinians support alternative energy measures … except for nuclear
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[167][168][169]

April 15, 2011: N.C. lukewarm on Obama, unhappy with Perdue
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[170][171][172]

March 15, 2011: Economy taking toll on Alamance County
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[173][174][175]

March 11, 2011: N.C. residents support state constitutional amendment for open meetings
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[176][177][178]

Feb. 28, 2011: State residents divided on health care reform
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic VariablesSurvey Instrument[179][180][181][182]

Feb. 25, 2011: Support cools for N.C. sales tax extension
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[183][184][185]

2010 Poll Archive

Nov. 22, 2010: Majority of state residents oppose school vouchers
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[186][187][188]

Nov. 19, 2010: N.C. residents show support for sales tax hike
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[189][190][191]

Nov. 1, 2010: Men, Republicans more knowledgeable on politics
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[192][193][194]

Oct. 29, 2010: Burr approval numbers low as election nears
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[195][196][197]

Sept. 27, 2010: North Carolinians downbeat on economy
Press ReleaseResults Demographic Variables[198][199][200]

Sept. 24, 2010: N.C. residents split on Obama’s performance
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[201][202][203]

April 26, 2010: State residents support drilling off N.C. coast
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[204][205][206]

April 23, 2010: North Carolinians divided on Obama’s job performance
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[207][208][209]

March 22, 2010: Burr most recognizable name in contest for U.S. Senate
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[210][211][212]

March 19, 2010: North Carolinians favor healthcare reform
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[213][214][215]

March 1, 2010: N.C. resident say religion is losing influence on American life
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[216][217][218]

February 26, 2010: North Carolinians support Obama, not Congress
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[219][220][221]

2009 Poll Archive

November 23, 2009: N.C. residents cynical about politicians
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[222][223][224]

November 20, 2009: North Carolinians show continued support for direct election of judges
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[225][226][227]

November 2, 2009: North Carolinians favor public option
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[228][229][230]

October 30, 2009: Uphill climb for Sen. Richard Burr in re-election campaign
Press ReleaseResultsDemographic Variables[231][232][233]

September 22, 2009: Mecklenburg Co. residents support light rail, upbeat on economy
Press ReleaseResults[234][235]

September 21, 2009: Charlotte mayoral race remains wide open  
Press ReleaseResults[236][237]

April 27, 2009: Economy taking its toll on Carolinians
Press ReleaseResults[238][239]

April 24, 2009: As first 100 days come to an end, Carolinians give President Barack Obama mixed reviews
Press ReleaseResults[240][241]

March 23, 2009: Half of North Carolinians oppose state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages
Press Release Results[242][243]

March 20, 2009: Majority of N.C. residents unaware of “sunshine” laws
Press ReleaseResults[244][245]

March 2, 2009: North Carolinians support banning cell phones while driving, anti-smoking initiatives
Press ReleaseResults[246][247]

February 27, 2009: North Carolinians support Obama’s handling of the economy, federal stimulus package
Press ReleaseResults[248][249]

2008 Poll Archive

November 3, 2008: North Carolinians displeased with tone of 2008 campaigns
Press ReleaseResults[250][251]

October 31, 2008: North Carolinians throwing support to Democratic Party
Press ReleaseResults[252][253]

October 21, 2008: Majority of N.C. residents favor TV channel for state legislative sessions and hearings
Press ReleaseResults[254][255]

October 6, 2008: Support mixed in N.C. for vouchers, stem cell research
Press ReleaseResults[256][257]

October 3, 2008: North Carolinians blame GOP for economic woes
Press ReleaseResults[258][259]

October 3, 2008: North Carolinians support financial sector bailout
Press ReleaseResults[260][261]

September 21, 2008: Two out of three N.C. residents support offshore oil drilling
Press ReleaseResults[262][263]

September 19, 2008: In North Carolina, GOP holds edge in presidential race
Press ReleaseResults[264][265]

April 21, 2008: Elon Poll finds economy remains top concern in primary elections
Press Release Results[266][267]

April 18, 2008: Elon Poll finds mixed results on role of race, gender & age in elections
Press ReleaseResults[268][269]

March 18, 2008: Elon Poll finds state residents reducing water use
Press ReleaseResults[270][271]

March 17, 2008: Elon Poll finds public attitudes vary on solutions to traffic woes
Press ReleaseResults[272][273]

February 25, 2008: Elon Poll finds North Carolinians support Dole in Washington
Press ReleaseResults[274][275]

February 22, 2008: Elon Poll finds economy to play strong role in ’08 elections
Press ReleaseResults[276][277]

2007 Poll Archive

November 16, 2007: Elon Poll finds a lack of confidence in Congress, Bush
Press ReleaseResults[278][279]

November 15, 2007: Elon Poll finds Clinton, Giuliani lead pack in South Atlantic states
Press ReleaseResults[280][281]

October 2, 2007: Elon Poll finds land transfer taxes lack support, stem cell use gets public approval
Press ReleaseResults[282][283]

October 1, 2007: Elon Poll finds low support for Bush in North Carolina
Press ReleaseResults[284][285]

September 28, 2007: Elon Poll finds Clinton, Thompson leading presidential races
Press ReleaseResults[286][287]

April 24, 2007: Elon Poll finds North Carolinians split on direction of public schools, unprepared for hurricane season
Press ReleaseResults[288][289]

April 23, 2007: Elon Poll finds support for ban on smoking in public places
Press ReleaseResults[290][291]

April 20, 2007: North Carolinians undecided on presidential, gubernatorial choice; support for President Bush declines, Elon Poll finds
Press ReleaseResults[292][293]

February 26, 2007: Elon University Poll of Southeastern states shows Clinton, Giuliani have early edge in 2008 presidential field
Press ReleaseResults[294][295]

February 23, 2007: Elon Poll of Southeastern states shows 57 percent oppose U.S. troop surge in Iraq
Press Release Results[296][297]

2006 Poll Archive

November 20, 2006: Elon University Poll results on immigration, education
Press ReleaseResults[298][299]

November 17, 2006: Most N.C. residents believe cell phone use while driving decreases highway safety
Press ReleaseResults[300][301]

October 31, 2006: 61 percent confidence level for Robin Hayes in N.C. 8th U.S. House District race
Press ReleaseResults[302][303]

October 30, 2006: Support for Shuler, low approval ratings for Taylor in N.C.’s 11th U.S. House District race
Press ReleaseResults[304][305]

October 3, 2006: Support for N.C. smoking ban at 65 percent
Press ReleaseResults[306][307]

October 2, 2006: Drop in confidence in N.C. House Speaker Jim Black
Press ReleaseResults[308][309]

Most News Releases Prior to October 2, 2006, Do Not Have Specific Result Sets Available Online

September 29, 2006: Support for Bush at 45 percent; top election issues include economy, terrorism[310]

September 24-28, 2006: Elon Poll finds drop in confidence in NC House Speaker Jim Black[311]

September 24-28, 2006: Elon Poll finds support for Bush at 45 percent; top election issues include economy, terrorism[312]

April 10, 2006: Immigration is important issue in N.C.; citizens divided over impact
Press Release Data[313][314]

April 8, 2006: State should provide equal funding for school districts
Press Release Data[315][316]

April 3-7, 2006: Elon University Poll shows lack of confidence in House Speaker Black[317]

February 20-23 and February 26-March 2, 2006: N.C. residents favor fixed gas tax, minimum wage increase; reaction mixed on House Speaker Jim Black[318]

February 20-23 and February 26-March 2, 2006: Hurricane preparedness low in Southeastern states, Elon University Poll finds[319]

February 20-23 and February 26-March 2, 2006: Elon University Poll shows support for Bush at 43 percent in Southeastern states[320]

2005 Poll Archive

November 14-17, 2005: Support strong for lottery, death penalty in N.C., Elon University Poll finds[321]

October 25-28, 2005: Bush’s approval rating drops in latest Elon University Poll[322]

April 18-26, 2005: North Carolinians pessimistic about national economy, support in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, Elon University Poll finds[323]

March 7-10, 2005: North Carolinians wary of Bush exit strategy for Iraqi war, Elon University Poll finds[324]

February 14-17, 2005: North Carolinians skeptical of Bush plan for Social Security, Elon University Poll finds[325]

2004 Poll Archive

November 15-18, 2004: Elon University Poll finds Iraq, economy key issues for Bush, Easley in second terms[326]

October 25-28, 2004: Elon Poll finds lack of knowledge of candidates’ issue positions[327]

September 20-23, 2004: Bush’s overall approval rating same as April; Kerry better equipped to balance federal budget[328]

April 26-29, 2004: Bush’s overall approval drops in latest Elon University Poll[329]

March 8-11, 2004: Strengths of presidential candidates differ, Elon University Poll finds[330]

February 16-19, 2004: Democrats more likely to balance budget, create jobs[331]

2003 Poll Archive

November 17-20, 2003: Presidential Job Approval Rating[332]

October 27-30, 2003: Jobs are top issue in 2004 governor’s race[333]

September 22-25, 2003: Bush’s approval on Iraq, economy lags in Elon Poll[334]

April 28-May 1, 2003: Elon University Poll finds residents believe U.N. should lead rebuilding effort in Iraq[335]

March 10-13, 2003: North Carolinians becoming impatient with United Nations[336]

February 18-20, 2003: U.N. support crucial to military action in Iraq[337]

2002 Poll Archive

November 18-21, 2002: Support for military action in Iraq still strong[338]

October 21-24, 2002: Poll finds that prescription drugs for seniors, creation of new jobs are top issues in upcoming Senate election[339]

September 16-19, 2002: Poll finds support for Iraqi military strikes, lottery referendum[340]

April 15-18, 2002: Edwards’ support slips[341]

March 4-7, 2002: Dole enjoys strong recognition, favorability ratings[342]

Feb. 11-14, 2002: Support for Edwards strong among citizens[343]

2001 Poll Archive

Dec. 3-6, 2001: Dole enjoys early edge in U.S. Senate race[344]

Oct. 22-25, 2001: Elon Poll examines terrorism, U.S. Senate race[345]

Oct. 1-4, 2001: Elon Poll shows citizen confidence after attacks[346]

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  310. ^ September 29, 2006: Support for Bush at 45 percent; top election issues include economy, terrorism (www.elon.edu)
  311. ^ September 24-28, 2006: Elon Poll finds drop in confidence in NC House Speaker Jim Black (www.elon.edu)
  312. ^ September 24-28, 2006: Elon Poll finds support for Bush at 45 percent; top election issues include economy, terrorism (www.elon.edu)
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  317. ^ April 3-7, 2006: Elon University Poll shows lack of confidence in House Speaker Black (www.elon.edu)
  318. ^ February 20-23 and February 26-March 2, 2006: N.C. residents favor fixed gas tax, minimum wage increase; reaction mixed on House Speaker Jim Black (www.elon.edu)
  319. ^ February 20-23 and February 26-March 2, 2006: Hurricane preparedness low in Southeastern states, Elon University Poll finds (www.elon.edu)
  320. ^ February 20-23 and February 26-March 2, 2006: Elon University Poll shows support for Bush at 43 percent in Southeastern states (www.elon.edu)
  321. ^ November 14-17, 2005: Support strong for lottery, death penalty in N.C., Elon University Poll finds (www.elon.edu)
  322. ^ October 25-28, 2005: Bush’s approval rating drops in latest Elon University Poll (www.elon.edu)
  323. ^ April 18-26, 2005: North Carolinians pessimistic about national economy, support in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, Elon University Poll finds (www.elon.edu)
  324. ^ March 7-10, 2005: North Carolinians wary of Bush exit strategy for Iraqi war, Elon University Poll finds (www.elon.edu)
  325. ^ February 14-17, 2005: North Carolinians skeptical of Bush plan for Social Security, Elon University Poll finds (www.elon.edu)
  326. ^ November 15-18, 2004: Elon University Poll finds Iraq, economy key issues for Bush, Easley in second terms (www.elon.edu)
  327. ^ October 25-28, 2004: Elon Poll finds lack of knowledge of candidates’ issue positions (www.elon.edu)
  328. ^ September 20-23, 2004: Bush’s overall approval rating same as April; Kerry better equipped to balance federal budget (www.elon.edu)
  329. ^ April 26-29, 2004: Bush’s overall approval drops in latest Elon University Poll (www.elon.edu)
  330. ^ March 8-11, 2004: Strengths of presidential candidates differ, Elon University Poll finds (www.elon.edu)
  331. ^ February 16-19, 2004: Democrats more likely to balance budget, create jobs (www.elon.edu)
  332. ^ November 17-20, 2003: Presidential Job Approval Rating (www.elon.edu)
  333. ^ October 27-30, 2003: Jobs are top issue in 2004 governor’s race (www.elon.edu)
  334. ^ September 22-25, 2003: Bush’s approval on Iraq, economy lags in Elon Poll (www.elon.edu)
  335. ^ April 28-May 1, 2003: Elon University Poll finds residents believe U.N. should lead rebuilding effort in Iraq (www.elon.edu)
  336. ^ March 10-13, 2003: North Carolinians becoming impatient with United Nations (www.elon.edu)
  337. ^ February 18-20, 2003: U.N. support crucial to military action in Iraq (www.elon.edu)
  338. ^ November 18-21, 2002: Support for military action in Iraq still strong (www.elon.edu)
  339. ^ October 21-24, 2002: Poll finds that prescription drugs for seniors, creation of new jobs are top issues in upcoming Senate election (www.elon.edu)
  340. ^ September 16-19, 2002: Poll finds support for Iraqi military strikes, lottery referendum (www.elon.edu)
  341. ^ April 15-18, 2002: Edwards’ support slips (www.elon.edu)
  342. ^ March 4-7, 2002: Dole enjoys strong recognition, favorability ratings (www.elon.edu)
  343. ^ Feb. 11-14, 2002: Support for Edwards strong among citizens (www.elon.edu)
  344. ^ Dec. 3-6, 2001: Dole enjoys early edge in U.S. Senate race (www.elon.edu)
  345. ^ Oct. 22-25, 2001: Elon Poll examines terrorism, U.S. Senate race (www.elon.edu)
  346. ^ Oct. 1-4, 2001: Elon Poll shows citizen confidence after attacks (www.elon.edu)

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