Obama Favored Against Likely GOP Candidates

My research and analysis for Pack Poll: Nearly 900 state students were asked about their voting intentions come November.  Half of the students were asked, at random, about their voting intention if Romney was the Republican candidate while the other half were asked this same question if Santorum were the nominee. We find that Barack … More Obama Favored Against Likely GOP Candidates

Fewer Students Oppose Gays and Lesbians to Legally Marry

My research and analysis for Pack Poll: A plurality of students (49%) currently favors allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally, while just three-in-ten students (30%) oppose the idea. The proportion of students who support the legalization of same-sex marriage has changed very little since the fall of 2010, when the first Pack Poll took … More Fewer Students Oppose Gays and Lesbians to Legally Marry

Nearly all Students Proud to be at N.C. State

My research and analysis for Pack Poll: “Major” Differences in Pride Exist Fully 90% of N.C. State students agreed when asked, do you feel “proud to be a student at N.C. State,” and approximately two-thirds of those students (65%) said they “strongly” agreed. Furthermore, about nine-in-ten students also reported feeling “proud to be a part … More Nearly all Students Proud to be at N.C. State

Students Pessimistic About Direction of the Country

My research and analysis for Pack Poll: While students hold generally positive views about the direction of N.C. State, they report a more negative view about the direction of the county. Less than a quarter (23%) of students feel that the country is “generally headed in the right direction,” while nearly half (48%) of students … More Students Pessimistic About Direction of the Country