A Mason Dixon poll from July found that support for Referendum C was at 43%. 42% of the 625 respondents said they would vote against the measure and 15% said that they were undecided. The poll was conducted July 11-13. Support for Referendum D was at 39%, with 45% against it.
Normally for a ballot issue to pass it must poll in at least the high 60s if it stands a chance of passing. However the supporters of C and D have already raised over $1 million while the referenda's opponents have raised only $100,000.