North Carolina State Polls 2008

Below is a selection of public opinion polls showing presidential preference in the state of North Carolina; we have highlighted survey findings on gender. 

The gender gap is the difference in the percentages of women and men who support a given candidate — the gap between the genders, not within a gender. Even if women and men favor the same candidate, they may do so by different margins, resulting in a gender gap.

* We calculate the gender gap for each poll based on the votes of women and men who support the candidate leading in that poll.

State Poll Date in Field Release
Date
Overall Results
Gender
Gap*
Women
for
McCain
Men for
McCain
Women
for
Obama
Men for
Obama
Undecided
Women
Undecided
Men
NC Rasmussen
10/23
10/24
McCain 50%;
Obama 48%
16 pts.
43%
59%
55%
39%
2%
0%
NC SurveyUSA
10/18-10/20
10/21
McCain 47%;
Obama 47%
4 pts.;
3 pts. 
45%
49%
49%
46%
3%
3%
NC Fox/Rasmussen
10/19
10/20
Obama 51%;
McCain 48%
3 pts.
46%
50%
52%
49%
1%
1%
NC Fox/Rasmussen 10/12 10/13 McCain 48%
Obama 48%;
10 pts.
 8 pts.
44%
54%
51%
43%
3%
3%
NC Rasmussen 10/8 10/9 Obama 49%;
McCain 48%
4 pts.
46%
49%
51%
47%
2%
2%
NC Civitas/Tel Opinion Research 10/6-10/8 10/9 Obama 48%;
McCain 43%
4 pts.
42%
44%
50%
46%
7%
7%
NC SurveyUSA 10/5-10/6
10/7
McCain 49%;
Obama 46%
5 pts.
46%
51%
48%
44%
2%
3%
NC Rasmussen 9/30 10/2 Obama 50%;
McCain 47%
10 pts.
42%
54%
54%
44%
2%
1%
NC ARG 9/27-9/29 9/30 McCain 49%;
Obama 46%
14 pts.
42%
56%
54%
38%
4%
4%
NC John W. Pope/Civitas 9/17-9/20 9/22 McCain 45%;
Obama 45%
3 pts.
3 pts.
45%
48%
46%
43%
8%
8%
NC PPP 9/17-9/19 9/21 Obama 46%;
McCain 46%
7 pts.
8 pts.
43%
50%
49%
41%
3%
4%
NC ARG 9/13-9/16 9/17 McCain 52%;
Obama 41%
11 pts.
47%
58%
46%
35%
6%
6%


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