When Gov. Pat McCrory sits down to negotiate with the General Assembly, he should be dealing from a position of strength.
McCrory has an approval rating of 45 percent and a disapproval rating of 19 percent, according to a new survey by Public Policy Pollling, a Democratic-leaning firm based in Raleigh.
The General Assembly has an approval rating of 16 percent, a disapproval rating of 50 percent, with 34 percent not sure.
The survey of 608 North Carolina voters was conducted Jan. 10-13.