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Texas Senate Race Within Single Digits

A new poll commissioned by End Citizens United shows a single digit contest in the U.S. Senate race in Texas with Representative Beto O’Rourke trailing Senator Ted Cruz by only eight points.

Day 2 of PPP Poll - Early 2018 Matchups

Day 2 of the PPP poll runs hypothetical match-ups on the 2018 Texas Senate race, and finds that 63% of Texans - including 55% of Republicans - support President Obama filling the SCOTUS vacancy.

Texas Drop-Off Voters

Survey of Texas drop-off voters

Texas Likely Voters

2014 Pre-election likely voter attitudes

Hillary Clinton Gaining Momentum on Donald Trump in Texas

A poll of 944 likely Texas voters finds Hillary Clinton gaining momentum on Donald Trump, now only behind by 6 points with 10% of respondents undecided.

Texas Presidential Primary - Democrats

A quick poll from PPP finds that Hillary Clinton is leading Bernie Sanders in Texas 57%-34%.

PPP - Majority of Texans Support Immigration Reform Legislation

In a poll where 60% of the people surveyed are over the age of 50 and only 14% are 35 or younger, an overwhelming majority 68% of people said that it is very important for the U.S. to fix its immigration policy and 48% strongly supported a law that would force undocumented immigrants to pay a penalty, learn English, pass a criminal background check, and also wait a minimum of 13 years to be a citizen.

PPP - Davis Popular but Trails Perry by Double Digits

This poll shows that Wendy Davis has doubled her name identification since January 2013 but still trails Perry with 53% disapproval rating among Republican voters, which has increased from 47% since the filibuster.

PPP - Cornyn Favored for Reelection Despite Low Approval

This poll found that Senator John Cornyn could win against a Democrat Statewide Candidate by 7% if the election were held today.

PPP - 41% of Texans Strongly Support Legalizing Marijuana

In a poll where 38% percent surveyed were 45 years old or younger, and 35% identified themselves as a Democrat, 61% favored a law allowing reducing the offense from a criminal to civil offense possessing less than an ounce of marijuana, with only 41% strongly supporting a law essentially legalizing marijuana that is regulated like Colorado and Washington state