Poll shows favorability of Obama, Romney in NC

April 27, 2012 6:01:41 PM PDT
New polling from Elon University has a closer look at how North Carolinians feel about the likely 2012 presidential candidates.

While most voters in the Tar Heel State have an opinion about President Obama, more than a quarter of the people polled don't know how they feel about his presumptive GOP rival.

Forty-three percent of those surveyed had an unfavorable view of Mitt Romney. That compared to 42 percent for President Obama.

Twenty-eight percent had a favorable view of the Massachusetts governor. Meanwhile, 49 percent said the same thing about the president.

Eight percent said they don't know how they feel about the president. For Romney, that number was 28 percent.

Click here for more details on the poll.

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