In North Carolina GOP voters are almost evenly divided on the outcome of the war with 35% glad for the North's victory, 33% ruing the South's loss, and 32% taking neither side. Democrats (55/15) and independents (57/14) have similar numbers to Georgia but due to the greater ambivalence of Republicans about the northern victory, overall less than half of Tar Heel voters (48%) are glad the Union won to 21% who wish the Confederacy had.
I do share something in common with most Republicans, I'm glad Lincoln isn't alive to see this, though for different reasons.
The survey found that only 24 percent of Republican voters in North Carolina believe Obama was born in the U.S.
Wonder what the percentages would be regarding the Thirteenth Amendment? Not that there could possibly be a correlation.
It's totally not about race, right?
[cross-posted at Firedoglake]