I've written recently about how Richard Moore is running a campaign more focused on populist issues now, almost like John Edwards.
That got me to wondering how Moore performed in this week's poll among folks who said their Presidential vote would be positively influenced by an Edwards endorsement.
The answer is pretty darn well. Moore leads Bev Perdue 47-32 among respondents who said an Edwards endorsement of Hillary Clinton would make them more likely to vote for her. Perdue led 41-33 among folks who said they would be turned off by an Edwards endorsement and 44-23 with folks who said they didn't care.
That's a demographic Perdue might need to do some work with these last six weeks of the campaign.