Barack Obama may have taken North Carolina by the smallest of margins in November, but PPP's newest survey finds that he's won over a lot of voters in the state in the subsequent 11 weeks.
He receives a 66% approval rating for his transition, with just 25% disapproving.
The support for his work in preparing to take office is universal across demographic lines: voters within every gender, race, and age category that we track give him at least 60% approval.
That's particularly notable with white North Carolinians. Only a little more than a third of them gave Obama their votes, but 61% give their approval to his transition.
Although there has been some consternation from the liberal wing of the party about some of Obama's decisions in the last couple months, a remarkable 89% of Democrats approve of the transition. It's hard to get 89% of Democrats to agree on what color the sky is.
Voters most concerned about health care, education, and the economy give Obama his overall highest marks.
Full results here.