Public Policy Polling: Obama Leads By 10 In North Carolina
These are the same folks who missed Pennsylvania by a lot, but they find the same “steady” trend that others are seeing so they may not be too far off.
Barack Obama still leads by ten points in North Carolina, according to Public Policy Pollingâ€™s final survey of the state.
He has a 53-43 lead, the smallest he has shown in a PPP poll over the last six weeks but also larger than many other opinion polls that have been released in the last seven days.
Obama will win based largely on the black vote, as the poll shows an electorate polarized along racial lines. Obama leads 84-11 with black voters but trails Hillary Clinton 60-34 with white voters.
More as it develops…