We're going to have our newest North Carolina Senate poll numbers out tomorrow, and Richard Burr's approval rating in our surveys has hit a new record low at 32% with 44% of voters disapproving of him.
That -12 approval spread for Burr represents an 18 point drop since last August when he stood at +6 (38/32). Burr is suffering from the exact same issues as all the Democratic incumbents who are in trouble- Democrats dislike him (62%) more than Republicans like him (57%) and independents split against him by a 45/33 margin as well.
Burr's drop in popularity compared to a year ago has come across the board. He's down 20 points with Democrats (from -29 to -49), 11 points with Republicans (from +51 to +40), and 10 points with independents (from -2 to -12.)
What does that add up to for Burr's standing against Elaine Marshall? We'll have the answer tomorrow.