NC Policy Watch, North Carolina’s leading provider of commentary and analysis on state public policy issues, has added yet another feature to its fast growing menu of products and services – the “Carolina Issues Poll.”For the complete results of the poll click here (PDF).
In the poll’s inaugural edition, Policy Watch sought to gauge the opinion of North Carolina registered voters on two timely and important policy topics: mental health and affordable housing.
Results from the poll show that North Carolinians are broadly supportive of new publicly funded efforts to aid the mentally ill, oppose executing mentally ill persons convicted of murder and support more public efforts to ease the state’s affordable housing and foreclosure crises.
Monday, April 9, 2007
Carolina Issues Poll
NC Policy Watch has unveiled its Inaugural “Carolina Issues Poll” – conducted by Public Policy Polling! There is a lot of in depth analysis at the NC Policy Watch site. I will only copy the quick take from Rob Schofield here:
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