This one was a phone survey of 644 North Carolina voters between September 12th and 16th. (The margin of error was +-3.86 percent.)
- Governor: This survey has McCrory leading Cooper 48.7% to 46%. McCrory was the choice of 63% of white respondents, 7% of blacks, and 56% of those classified as “Other.” McCrory landed 55% of the male vote and 48% of the female vote. The governor gets 88% of those who call themselves conservative, 41% of self-described moderates, and 6% of liberals. Mccrory leads among all age groups except for 18-40. The governor gets 92% of Republicans and 60% of Independents. (Cooper gets 83% of Democrats.)
- Senate: The Elon survey has Deborah Ross leading Richard Burr 44.4% to 43.4%. Burr and Ross each earn the support of 55% of their respective genders. Burr gets 83% of self-described conservatives, 41% of moderates, and 4% of liberals. The senator gets 9% of Democrats, 58% of “independents”, and 92% of Republicans.