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Public Policy Polling Finds Libertarian at 11% in North Carolina U.S. Senate Race

On May 13, Public Policy Polling released a poll for the North Carolina U.S. Senate race. The results: Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan 38%, Republican Thom Tillis 36%, Libertarian Sean Haugh 11%, undecided 15%. See here for more details. Thanks to PoliticalWire for the link.

North Carolina does not have any other statewide offices on the ballot this year. All the state executive posts are elected in presidential years.

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  1. Joshua H.

    That’s a good sign. It seems that more and more voters are starting to wake up around the country and are more open to voting for third parties. Maybe Paula Bradshaw can crack 10% for IL-12 here in southern Illinois. There’s a lot of misgivings about fracking coming to the region.

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