Another Poll Shows Voters Don't Approve of McCrory's Job Performance
Another poll just released gives Governor Pat McCrory's the lowest approval ratings of his entire term, and trailing likely challenger Roy Cooper for the 2nd consecutive month.
From the PPP Release,
PPP’s latest poll of North Carolina voters shows current Attorney General Roy Cooper leading current Governor Pat McCrory 43/41. This is nearly identical to Cooper’s lead of 44/41 over McCrory in a June 3rd poll. Cooper is viewed much more favorably at 36/20 than McCrory of whose job performance voters disapprove of 33/48. Women support Cooper more widely than McCrory at 46/36, while men support McCrory more at 47/39. “Pat McCrory’s approval rating this month is the lowest we’ve found for him since he took office,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “His dealings during this legislative session have antagonized some conservative voters without winning him any new friends across party lines. The big question though is whether this increased unhappiness with him will persist or fade once the legislature has gone home.”