Public Policy Polling released its latest figures on whether North Carolina's voters approve or disapprove of the job Gov. Bev Perdue is doing.
Public Policy Polling says 30% of North Carolina voters support the job Perdue is doing as governor, with 47% disapproving. This is the second month in a row Perdue's disapproval has been under 50 percent.
The 47% disapproval figure is the lowest it's been since last April, not long after Gov. Perdue took office.
A press release from the pollster group said the numbers weren't "anything to write home about, but they're beginning to show some positive signs after a year's worth of bad news."
Public Policy Polling surveyed 788 North Carolina voters from February 12 to 15. The survey's margin of error is +/-3.5%.