Poll Update

2014 North Carolina Senate GE - Hagan 51%, Berger 37% (Public Policy Polling 3/7-3/10/13)

Population 611 Likely Voters
Margin of Error ±4.0 percentage points
Polling Method Automated Phone
Source PPP (D) [PDF]
This poll asked respondents 10 questions tracked by HuffPost Pollster.

1) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Phil Berger (R) 37%
Kay Hagan (D) 51%
Undecided 12%

2) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Cherie Berry (R) 38%
Kay Hagan (D) 50%
Not sure 12%

3) 2014 North Carolina Senate: Brannon vs. Hagan

Asked of 611 likely voters
Greg Brannon (R) 36%
Kay Hagan (D) 51%
Not sure 13%

4) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Renee Ellmers (R) 36%
Kay Hagan (D) 49%
Undecided 15%

5) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Terry Embler (R) 33%
Kay Hagan (D) 52%
Not sure 15%

6) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Dan Forest (R) 40%
Kay Hagan (D) 50%
Undecided 11%

7) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Virginia Foxx (R) 37%
Kay Hagan (D) 49%
Undecided 14%

8) 2014 North Carolina Senate GE

Asked of 611 likely voters
Kay Hagan (D) 49%
Patrick McHenry (R) 39%
Undecided 12%

9) 2014 North Carolina Senate: Tillis vs. Hagan

Asked of 611 likely voters
Kay Hagan (D) 50%
Thom Tillis (R) 36%
Undecided 14%

10) 2014 North Carolina Senate Republican Primary

Asked of 530 likely voters - republican
Phil Berger (R) 8%
Cherie Berry (R) 12%
Greg Brannon (R) 4%
Renee Ellmers (R) 10%
Terry Embler (R) 1%
Dan Forest (R) 18%
Virginia Foxx (R) 13%
Patrick McHenry (R) 7%
Thom Tillis (R) 2%
Someone else/Not sure 24%