A brand new poll finds most respondents in North Carolina think their area doesn't get a fair share of road money from the state.
Figures from Public Policy shows 55 percent of those polled statewide felt that way while 23 percent think their section does get enough money to fix and maintain roads.
Figures also show 22 percent of residents in North Carolina's biggest cities think eastern Carolina gets too much money. But some local residents of Jacksonville think otherwise. They say the area is booming due to military expansion and think they get the short end of the stick.
Many residents we spoke to say they think bigger cities in North Carolina gets most of the money for roads.