The Voter Update podcasts

July 18, 2014

Examining the mood of voters headed into this year's elections

How could voter attitudes shape this year's elections in North Carolina? And how are changing demographics changing politics in the state?

For insight, we speak with Dr. Kenneth Fernandez, director of the Elon University Poll.

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