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March 16, 2012

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Matt D

If Beverly Perdue was so unpopular when she was elected, how did she get elected at all? Or was this similar to Rick Scott in Florida, where she won on a wave when nobody was looking?

ben

What about Amendment One?

Dustin Ingalls

Matt D: Bev wasn't this unpopular when she was elected. Her popularity tanked within a few months of taking office.

Mike P.

Why have you guys decided to stop polling the marriage amendment?

Chris S.

I'm going to echo my disappointment with PPP that NC Amendment 1 was not polled.

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