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North Carolina Polls: Democratic Primary

05/08/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

May 6: Insider Advantage has Obama leading in its North Carolina poll, but the race is significantly tighter:

Barack Obama: 47%

Hillary Clinton: 43%

May 6: Zogby has Obama with a big lead on the day of voting in the North Carolina primary:

Barack Obama: 51%

Hillary Clinton: 37%

May 4: Public Policy Polling also is favoring Obama immediately before the North Carolina primary (pdf):

Barack Obama: 53%

Hillary Clinton: 43%

May 4: Obama is holding a lead in ARG's final North Carolina poll as well:

Barack Obama: 50%

Hillary Clinton: 42%

May 4: Obama has held his lead in the latest Zogby daily tracking polls of the North Carolina primary:

Barack Obama: 48%

Hillary Clinton: 39%
Undecided: 13%

May 2 Insider Advantage has Obama holding a slim lead in its latest North Carolina poll. From the internals, IA is assuming black voters will represent 25% of the voting electorate:

Barack Obama: 49%

Hillary Clinton: 44%

May 2 American Research Group is also suggesting that Obama is holding his lead in the North Carolina primary:

Barack Obama: 52%

Hillary Clinton: 41%
Undecided: 5%

May 2: Research 2000 has Obama maintaining his lead in the latest North Carolina poll:

Barack Obama: 51%

Hillary Clinton: 44%

May 2: Zogby's daily tracking poll shows Obama with a double-digit lead in the North Carolina primary:

Barack Obama: 50%

Hillary Clinton: 34%

May 1: Mason Dixon has released a North Carolina poll that confirms a tightened race:

Barack Obama: 49%

Hillary Clinton: 42%
Undecided: 9%

May 1: Insider Advantage has released the first North Carolina poll showing Clinton leading Obama:

Hillary Clinton: 44%

Barack Obama: 42%
Undecided: 14%

April 29: A SurveyUSA North Carolina poll shows a considerably closer race than the other polling firms. SurveyUSA also gave a smaller initial lead that anyone else in the race, but the tightening is now showing across the board:

Barack Obama: 49%

Hillary Clinton: 44%

April 29: Another Rasmussen poll shows Clinton gaining ground in North Carolina, but Obama maintains a sizeable lead:

Barack Obama: 51%

Hillary Clinton: 37%

April 28: Clinton is gaining ground in the latest North Carolina poll from Public Policy Polling, though Obama still holds a solid lead (pdf):

Barack Obama: 51%

Hillary Clinton: 39%

April 28: Obama has held his lead in the North Carolina primary, according to the latest ARG poll:

Barack Obama: 52%

Hillary Clinton: 42%
Undecided: 4%

April 23: Obama has held onto his North Carolina lead for the past three months, though those numbers were taken prior to the Pennsylvania primary:

Barack Obama: 50%

Hillary Clinton: 41%
Undecided: 5%

April 21: On the eve of the Pennsylvania primary, Obama has shown his biggest lead thus far in a PPP poll:

Barack Obama: 57%

Hillary Clinton: 32%

April 14: A PPP poll suggests that Obama's "bitter" comments haven't had any effect on his lead thus far:

Barack Obama: 54%

Hillary Clinton: 34%

April 9: A Survey USA poll has Obama maintaining the same 10-point lead he held a month ago:

Barack Obama: 49%

Hillary Clinton: 39%

April 7: A PPP poll (pdf) has Obama maintaining his large lead of Clinton in North Carolina:

Barack Obama: 54%

Hillary Clinton: 33%
Undecided 13%

April 6: A Braun Research poll shows Obama with a big lead, and a huge number of undecideds:

Barack Obama: 35%

Hillary Clinton: 26%
Undecided: 39%

APRIL 5: A Charlotte Observer poll finds a closer race than recent polls, with two of five voters still undecided:

Barack Obama: 35%

Hillary Clinton: 26%

APRIL 5: A Rasmussen poll shows Obama with a huge north Carolina lead:

Barack Obama: 56%

Hillary Clinton: 33%

MARCH 31: A PPP poll (pdf) has Barack Obama with a sizable lead in North Carolina, following a full week with both candidates campaigning in the state:

Obama: 54%

Clinton: 36%

MARCH 27: An Insider Advantage poll shows Barack Obama with a double digit lead, although a large number of voters remain undecided:

Barack Obama: 49%

Hillary Clinton: 34%
Undecided: 17%

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