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April 9, 2021
The poll conducted March 30 through April 2 of nearly 1,400 residents found they are optimistic about the pandemic and what lies ahead.
April 8, 2021
The survey of nearly 1,400 North Carolinians conducted March 30 through April 2 found modest shifts in opinions since the Elon Poll surveyed about the monuments in 2019.
March 25, 2021
Jason Husser, associate professor of political science and policy studies and director of the Elon University Poll, weighed in on the struggle for gun legislation and the power of the filibuster.
February 11, 2021
Among the findings from the survey conducted Jan. 29-31 is that nearly two-thirds of N.C. residents support reducing penalties for marijuana possession and believe it would help the state’s economy.
February 9, 2021
Jason Husser, associate professor of political science and policy studies and director of the Elon Poll, offered insight for a recent report on the second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump.
February 9, 2021
However, the survey of nearly 1,500 residents conducted Jan. 29-31 found many of those eligible to receive the vaccine have had trouble getting an appointment, and only 37 percent approve of how the state has handled vaccine distribution.
February 5, 2021
The most recent survey by the Elon University Poll found that nearly 60 percent of the state’s residents believe the former president is very or somewhat responsible for the violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
December 10, 2020
The survey of nearly 1,400 adults in the state conducted Dec. 4-6 found that many have concerns about the speed with which the vaccine was developed and potential side effects from the vaccine.
November 2, 2020
Jason Husser, associate professor of political science and policy studies and director of the Elon Poll, was featured in three recent news reports about polling and the 2020 presidential election.
Elon Poll: N.C. voters concerned about election interference, post-election violence and mail-in ballot issues
October 29, 2020
The survey of 1,259 registered voters in the state conducted Oct. 22-24 explored issues related to the integrity of the 2020 election and how people will react to the outcome.