Fayetteville Observer - N.C. surveys say Gov. Cooper ahead, President Trump slightly down

by Paul Woolverton | June 24, 2019
Two recent surveys say Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is ahead of Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest in the 2020 governor’s race, and that Republican President Trump has a slightly negative approval-to-disapproval score.

Two recent surveys say Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is ahead of Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest in the 2020 governor’s race, and that Republican President Trump has a slightly negative approval-to-disapproval score.

One survey was commissioned by the conservative-leaning Civitas Institute think tank, and the other was done by the Democrat-allied Public Policy Polling survey agency.

Civitas said it hired Harper Polling to survey 500 likely voters in North Carolina from June 8 to 10, and the margin of error is 4.38%

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