With just three weeks left until the May 4 primary, a whopping 45 percent of Democrats say they haven’t decided who they’ll vote for in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race. That means the nomination is up for grabs.
However, Elaine Marshall, North Carolina’s secretary of state, has the inside track. The latest Public Policy Polling survey shows Marshall with 23 percent compared to Cal Cunningham’s 17 percent and Ken Lewis’ 9 percent.
On the flip side, U.S. Sen. Richard Burr appears to have a commanding lead for the Republican nomination.
Burr has the support of 67 percent in the GOP primary, with Brad Jones garnering 7 percent, Eddie Burks getting 3 percent and Larry Linney receiving 1 percent.