The newest Civitas Flash Poll suggests that Mitt Romney has gained crucial North Carolina support in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare.Head-to-Head: (Previous results from May 25)
Among the 89% who said they currently have health insurance Romney led 54 percent to 42 percent while among those who said they did not have health insurance Obama led 67 percent to 32 percent.
Correlation is not causation, De Luca added. “But the Supreme Court decision apparently failed to help Obama in North Carolina, especially among those who already have health insurance coverage. In addition, any incumbent has to be worried when the critically important independents have such a pessimistic view of the nation’s future.”
Mitt Romney 50% (47%)
Barack Obama 45% (45%)
Among those with Health Insurance:
Mitt Romney 54%
Barack Obama 42%
Among those without Health Insurance:
Barack Obama 67%
Mitt Romney 32%
This polls Demographics:
A survey of 558 registered voters was conducted June 29 - July 1, 2012. The MOR is +/-4.2%.The full story is HERE.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.
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