Zika has made headlines around the world following an outbreak of the disease in early 2016, when it was determined to be a cause of severe birth defects like microcephaly in the children of pregnant women, but mosquito-borne illness is a phrase more traditionally associated with dengue fever, which has […]
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed House Bill 2, or HB2, into legislation nearly seven months...
The recent shootings of African Americans by police officers have thrust the issue of racism back into...
It is no secret that both the Republican and Democratic candidates this year have had trouble gaining...
With Fall Break kicking off, we closed down our “Big Poll” for the semester, in which we reached out to 4,000 NC State students for their opinions on a variety of topics, including the 2016 Elections, racism, and terrorism. From that, we see a mixed picture of record-high approvals and […]Read more ›
As of this semester, Fall 2016, Pack Poll has begun working towards expanding the frequency of our surveys by changing the way we collect our data, in order to more quickly respond to events in our community and to ask about a wider variety of topics. Traditionally, the number of […]Read more ›
Throughout the 2016 Primary Election, Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has propelled debate on many issues facing the American people including high tuition rates of colleges, the minimum wage, and the increasing income gap between the richest and the poorest. His solutions to these problems are part of his “Democratic […]Read more ›
In order to explore the popularity of Bernie Sanders on campus, the latest Pack Poll explored the topic of socialism, with special emphasis upon Sanders’ particular take on socialism – which he calls Democratic Socialism. In order to determine whether or not Sanders’ definition of socialism was acceptable on campus, […]Read more ›
North Carolina has been drawing national attention for House Bill 2 (HB2) -or the “bathroom bill”- that was passed by the NC General Assembly and signed into law later that night by Gov. Pat McCrory. In addition to other less known aspects of the bill, such as enacting obstacles to increasing […]Read more ›