While several mainstream news media outlets continue to report that NC governor, Roy Cooper’s favorability ratings are through the roof and everyone loves him, the actual statistics show something completely different. Cooper has been pushing to keep the state closed and the far left support him. It is suspected that his reasoning for this is to stifle Donald Trump’s ability to hold the Republican Convention in Charlotte later this year.
But playing politics at the price of his own constituents and citizens of the state aren’t working out well for him. A new poll conducted by Carolina Partnership for Reform suggests that a whopping 76 percent of the state supports reopening immediately.
In an email sent out by CPRNC obtained by Reformation Charlotte, the following online poll results were released:
While the results of this poll are not scientific, it does suggest a growing urgency that North Carolinians are feeling to get back to normal, especially with rising unemployment rates. CPRNC is now asking North Carolinians if they support a lawsuit filed against the state government to force them to reopen the state. You can vote in that poll at this link.