Most Recent Polls
November 2, 2022: The economy, abortion, election integrity: What N.C. voters are thinking heading into Election Day
June 8, 2022: Elon Poll identifies how high-impact undergraduate experiences affect students
February 15, 2022: Elon Poll finds younger N.C. attorneys see need for changes in state’s legal system
October 27, 2021: Elon Poll finds North Carolinians concerned about spike in housing prices
October 22, 2021: Elon Poll finds vaccinated in N.C. overwhelmingly support booster shots
April 9, 2021: Elon Poll finds N.C. residents increasingly favor COVID-19 vaccination
April 8, 2021: Elon Poll finds most N.C. residents still want Confederate monuments to remain in public spaces
February 11, 2021: Elon Poll finds support for legalizing marijuana in N.C. for medical, recreational use
February 9, 2021: Elon Poll finds North Carolina residents increasingly favor getting COVID-19 vaccine
February 5, 2021: Elon Poll finds North Carolinians divided on Trump’s responsibility for U.S. Capitol violence
December 10, 2020: Elon Poll finds that many N.C. residents are wary of taking COVID-19 vaccine
October 29, 2020: N.C. voters concerned about election interference, post-election violence and mail-in ballot issues
October 15, 2020: N.C. residents grade Trump, Cooper on handling of pandemic, express concern about COVID-19 spread with return to school
July 2, 2020: Most North Carolinians support mask mandate, but less worried about virus now
March 18, 2020: U.S. residents express high anxiety about coronavirus, split on national response
February 27, 2020: Politics, health care and the economy: What N.C. voters are thinking heading into Super Tuesday
November 20, 2019: A new Elon University Poll asked N.C. residents about whether Confederate statues and monuments should remain on public property.
July 31, 2019: A new Elon University Poll focuses on high-impact experiences in college, writing skills.
April 12, 2019: A new Elon University Poll has found that N.C. residents most concerned about public shootings, terrorism and pedestrian safety.
March 14, 2019: A new Elon University Poll has found that N.C. voters favor Biden, Sanders over other 2020 presidential contenders.
March 1, 2019: A new Elon University Poll has found that half of N.C. voters say election fraud is a “major problem” in the wake of a Congressional election scandal, with many expressing a lack of confidence in future elections.
February 12, 2019: A new Elon University Poll finds that a slim majority of N.C. voters supports the closure of ABC stores in favor of private retailers handling liquor sales in the state. The poll also found that a similar-sized majority supports ABC stores remaining closed on Sundays.
October 11, 2018: A new Elon University Poll finds that in the wake of Hurricane Florence, N.C. voters believe that climate change is negatively impacting the state’s coastal areas and are supportive of environmental policy changes.
September 6, 2018: A new Elon University Poll finds that N.C. voters know little about constitutional amendments they will be asked to vote on this fall, and that support shifts after voters are provided more information about the measures.
August 22, 2018: A new Elon University Poll of college graduates finds that building relationships, especially early in a college career, with faculty, staff and peers is key to positive perceptions of the undergraduate experience.
April 18, 2018: A new Elon University Poll conducted in partnership with The Business Journals surveyed residents in the 19 locations that are finalists for Amazon’s $5 billion HQ2 project and tracked support for the project as well as how locals believe it might impact their lives.
March 8, 2018: A new Elon University Poll conducted in partnership with the Raleigh News & Observer and the Charlotte Observer finds that a large majority of educators in the state say arming teachers with guns is a bad idea and would increase gun-related deaths in schools.
Feb. 23, 2018: The most recent statewide survey gauged the level of political knowledge of N.C. voters and asked them their thoughts about the redistricting process through which congressional districts are drawn.