Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolinians are still mad at the Republicans in charge of state government for how things went down in the legislative session over the summer, but the anger isn't quite what it was a couple months ago.
Pat McCrory remains unpopular with a 39/51 approval rating, but that's up from its low point of 35/53 in September. Approval for the Republicans in state government as a whole is up a tick as well, from 32/57 to 34/55. And 39% of voters now say that GOP control of the state has been a good thing to 50% who say bad, up from a 36/54 spread a couple months ago. The numbers are all still bad for the Republicans, but they're not as bad as they were in the immediate aftermath of the session.