Housed in the Department of History, Political Science, and International Studies, the Meredith Poll asks North Carolinians their opinions on a variety of public issues.
In addition to asking citizens about current political and social issues, the Meredith Poll is the only North Carolina survey research organization that focuses on issues pertaining to women. The Meredith Poll was launched in the spring of 2015 as part of Meredith’s commitment to civic engagement.
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Fear of Recession
Blame for Government Shutdown
Constitutional Age Limit for President and Members of Congress
Constitutional Amendments (NC)
Critical Race Theory
Don’t Say Gay
Gender Balance Laws
Policy Positions and Knowledge of Party Positions
Presidential Response to Hurricanes
Student Loan Forgiveness
Taxes (2017 Law)
Media Usage and Fake News
Satisfiers and Dissatisfiers in North Carolina
Support for Impeachment
Women as Leaders
Candidate’s Physical Appearance and Its Impact on Voting
Choosing a Woman as Vice President
Support for Hillary Clinton for President
Women as Business Leaders
Women in Law Enforcement
Women as Political Leaders
In the News
The Meredith Poll was created to help students develop skills that will assist them at Meredith and in their careers. Since the Poll’s founding in 2015, students have been involved in the construction of the surveys, data collection and analysis, and promotion of the results.