NC Policy Watch released their third quarterly Carolina Issues Poll conducted by Public Policy Polling. You can find the press release here and complete results here.
Topics covered were the SCHIP program and the President's veto and transportation. To summarize the results, North Carolina voters like SCHIP and a small majority don't mind it being paid with a cigarette tax. Most North Carolinians support maintaining existing roads over building new ones, they like a combination of new roads and mass transit over just new roads, they want to local government planning for development, but they are unsure of how to pay for transportation needs. I think that covers it.
Red Clay Citizen has their own spin on the poll here.