Elon Poll in the news

Burlington Times-News — “The latest poll by Elon University shows most North Carolinians support laws tightening gun controls.”

WRAL.com — “A majority of North Carolina residents favor various measures to regulate gun purchases, according to a poll released Monday.”

WRAL.com — “Republican Gov. Pat McCrory is about two months into his term and has an approval rating of 42 percent, but a large segment of the state is withholding judgment on him, according to a poll released Monday.”

News & Record — “A majority of North Carolina residents support background checks and waiting periods as ways to regulate gun purchases in the United States, according to a poll released today.”

News & Record’s Thinking Out Loud blog — “Our news story reported that “only” 38 percent of Republicans polled in the Elon survey in North Carolinians supported an assault rifle ban and 35 percent back limits on magazine rounds. Personally, that’s a little higher than I would have expected.”

Triangle Business Journal — “A poll by Elon University of 891 people statewide found a major of North Carolina residents in favor of various curbs on gun acquisition and ownership.”

News & Observer — “Gov. Pat McCrory remains popular among North Carolinians, but Tar Heels have a low opinion of the state legislature, according to a new state-wide poll.”

News & Observer — “A majority of North Carolinians support further gun regulations and support a new voter ID law, according to a new poll.”

WITN.com — “A new statewide poll shows most people in North Carolina favor some type of gun control.”

WWAY.com — “More than half of North Carolina residents favor a variety of measures to regulate gun purchases in the United States, with the greatest support shown toward mandatory background checks for all individuals buying a firearm, according to the latest Elon University Poll.”

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