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27053
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According to Public Policy Polling director Tom Jensen, American politics has gotten increasingly unpleasant and our attitude is that it doesn’t have to be so serious. The Raleigh-based polling company used social media to ask non-traditional followers about politics. They’re finding that North Carolinians have very mixed opinions about the election.
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22580
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In June 2013, the United States Supreme Court made decisions in favor of marriage equality. But the question remains, does the public embrace or oppose rulings on culturally contested issues regardless of the reasons offered in support of a decision. In the case of United States v. Windsor, it was found that the Court's reasoning in such cases did not dampen pluralism anxiety exhibited by the public in response.
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2697
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A poll of readers of THE STATE identified what they felt was the state's best barbecue; favorite inn and mountain and coastal retreats; best city and small town; and most admired North Carolinian.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 63 Issue 9, Feb 1996, p16-17,19, il, por
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1290
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Results of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carolina Poll reveal that the university's research mission is generally recognized as a great benefit to the state.
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26251
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Frank Biocca, professor of journalism, conducted a study on audiences of the 1988 presidential campaign. Participants used an audience response system to indicate their agreement or disagreement with what a candidate said on television. Biocca found that audience opinion is partly influenced by nonverbal or inadvertent information.
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12823
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Opinions regarding football, classroom TVs, blues, commuting, market prices, and tobacco prosperity, are contained within this article.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 28 Issue 12, Nov 1960, p13, 22, por
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