A new Elon poll found 63 percent of North Carolinians support tougher regulations on super PACs and an equal proportion favor the so-called "Buffett rule."
The poll of all North Carolina residents -- not likely voters -- shows a split on President Barack Obama's favorability: 49 percent support and 42 percent oppose of his job performance. Presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney's numbers are 28 percent favorable and 43 percent unfavorable with the remainder undecided.
The numbers don't translate evenly to the November election because not all residents vote. The poll's margin of error is plus-or-minus 3.87 percentage points. Click the link below for full results.