NC: Public Policy Polling: Hagan leads GOP by 12-17 points, no clear leader in GOP primary with Foxx out (user search)
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  NC: Public Policy Polling: Hagan leads GOP by 12-17 points, no clear leader in GOP primary with Foxx out (search mode)
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IceSpear
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« on: September 12, 2013, 04:40:33 PM »

Not surprising Hagan is ahead big considering how weak the GOP field is in the state. The GOP's path to a majority has always been simple, SD-WV-MT-AR-AK-LA. But NC was always a good "other option" for them in case Begich or Landrieu's personal popularity carried them through. Without that, they're stuck hoping for unlikely upsets in MI/IA/CO/MN.
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IceSpear
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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2013, 04:56:50 PM »

One wonders if these very large margins might be an early sign of the anticipated GOP disgust vis-a-vis that party's evisceration of North Carolina... which might bode very well for the presidential race in 2016. 

It certainly is. The two main candidates, Tillis and Berger, are the GOP leaders of the state assembly. You can't really get any more toxic than them at this point.
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