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Health Care law not as big of an issue for NC voters
Written by Stephanie Hawco/David Horn   
Thursday, 12 July 2012 10:27

(RALEIGH) -- North Carolina voters are divided on the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on health care, according to a new poll. The survey shows that 44 percent of the state's voters agree with the decision, while 44 percent disagree.

"That sort of suggests that the health care issue has been neutralized and if that's the case that's good news for (President) Obama because when we were polling on Obama Care frequently over the course of 2009 and 2010 it was very unpopular in North Carolina," said Tom Jensen of Raleigh-based Public Policy Polling.  "These are really the best numbers related to Obama Care that we've ever seen in terms of people sort of being okay with it."

Jensen said it appears voters are ready for politicians to move past the health care issue and focus on other things, like the economy.

 
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