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Fox News poll: Close race between Trump and Democrats in North Carolina

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North Carolina voters President Trump mixed reviews on his job performance, and over half of against his impeachment. This leads to a tight race in the year 2020 ballot tests, according to a Fox News poll of North Carolina voters.

In hypothetical pairings, Joe edges trump Biden by two points and Bernie Sanders is up by one. The President tops Elizabeth Warren by a point, and Pete Buttigieg of four. Each race, the margin of error in the survey. Add to that the uncertainty due to no candidate hits 50 percent and 11-18 percent are undecided.

Trump, Hillary Clinton topped by almost 4 points in the Tar Heel State. Ninety-four percent of Republicans voted for him in 2016. Today, 91 percent of Republicans approve of the job he is doing, and 89 percent of him back in the matchup against Biden.

“As North Carolina has in the last few years, it has become one of the most competitive States in the country,” says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who are the partners with the Democrat Chris Anderson on the Fox News survey. “It is difficult to imagine a scenario in which Trump will win re-election without carrying the state.”

About the same number of North Carolina voters (47 percent) of trump’s job performance approve than reject (50 percent).

Forty-two percent want to be accused Trump and removed from office, 3 percent say accused, but not removed, and 47 percent against impeachment. More Republicans (89 percent) against impeachment, as Democrats prefer (79 percent).

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The poll was conducted November 10-13, the an overnight stay includes, according to the House Intelligence Committee, held televised hearings Wednesday.

Turning to the democratic race, strong support among African American voters, Biden gives a clear lead in North Carolina primary, which, instead of 3. March 2020.

A total of 37 percent recorded Biden among Democratic primary voters, more than double the support of the competition. Warren receives 15 percent, and Sanders 14 percent.

Buttigieg receives 6 per cent, and Kamala Harris 4 percent. Cory Booker, Tulsi Gabbard, Tom Steyer, and Andrew Yang was at 2 percent per piece. Michael Bennett, Steve Bullock, and Amy Klobuchar will each receive 1 percent.

About half of the black voters support Biden (49 percent). This is more than 30 points higher than Warren and Sanders (12 percent).

Biden leads among voters over 65 years of age (+39 points), moderate (+20) and white (+11).

The only group that wins Warren is self-described as “very liberal”, and here she is tight-tops Sanders (4 points), and Biden (to 5 points).

Sanders’ only win among voters under 35 years of age, in which he is Biden the best performance from 10.

“Polling outside of the early States illustrates the General goodwill primaries, voters have for Biden, especially among black voters,” says Anderson. “Places where the election campaign is currently less intense, he starts with a built-in advantage that pay dividends could, as soon as the primaries move beyond the early States.”

North Carolina Democrats are split 45-45 percent in the case of the choice between a candidate who builds on former President Obama’s legacy, and the one that a new and different approach.

Biden is the favorite of 29 points under the build to want to the Obama legacy, and 14 points for those favoring a new approach.

Meanwhile, 77 percent of Democratic primary voters say it is extremely important to nominate somebody, the trump card can beat compared to 41 percent who believe it is extremely important that the nominee shares their views on important matters of dispute and property.

North Carolina Senate

By a 40-35 percent margin, North Carolina voters for the job to approve, to do the Republican incumbent Thom Tillis is, as your senator. One in four (25 percent) is uncertain, including 22 percent of Republicans.

Elected in 2014, Tillis ahead of two challengers in the Senate of the elementary school. He leads with the support of 54 percent of GOP primary voters, while Garland Tucker 11 percent, and Sandy Smith receives 4 per cent. Twenty-six percent are undecided and 5 percent saying other.

Things are more uncertain on the other side, as the three declared Democrats, all under 20 percent: Erica Smith receives 18 percent, Cal Cunningham 13 percent, and Trevor Fuller 10 per cent. Most of the primaries voters are undecided (49 percent), or say the support of other people (10 per cent).

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Pollpourri

The US electorate is a policy of equality of opportunity? Two-thirds of North Carolina voters think the country is ready to elect a woman President. To 54 percent for a Jewish President, 49 percent of Latino/Hispanic President, and 30 percent of them have a gay/lesbian President.

By a 24-point margin, more Democrats than Republicans believe that the nation is ready for a female President. Democrats are also more akin to saying that Americans are ready to choose someone who is Jewish (of 7 points), Latino/Hispanic (11 points), or gay (17 points).

Performed November 10-13, 2019 under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox-News-poll interviews with 1,504 North Carolina voters, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The respondents were randomly selected from a statewide voter file, and 669 checks were the primary potential participants in the Democratic primaries and 574 of the GOP. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points for all registered voters, 3.5 points for Democratic primary voters and 4 points for GOP primary voters.

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