Of 316 protesters surveyed, 311 live in North Carolina. The average age of a protesters Monday night was 53, but a quarter were under age 36.
Despite claims by Gov. Pat McCrory and other Republican leaders, only 2 percent of those arrested during six weeks of protests at the legislature have been from out of state.
NAACP leaders say they will continue with "Moral Monday" protests at the General Assembly and will add new events, such as "Witness Wednesday," to call attention to GOP policies.
Legislators say the near-weekly protests are not changing their minds, but neither are they worried about the costs. June 3 is scheduled to be the fifth, and biggest yet, of the protests against the agenda of the GOP-lead legislature.
Senate Republicans are scheduled to roll out a long-awaited bill to lower North Carolina tax rates, calling it a $1 billion tax cut in a news release Monday night. Meanwhile, a busy legislative day includes the continuation of a raucous firearms debate.