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UT/TT Poll: February 2018

The latest poll from UT/TT measures Texans' choices of the 2018 elections, approval ratings of elected officials, as well as public policy opinions on issues such as immigration, discrimination, and Hurrican Harvey relief.

2017 Texas Lyceum Poll

The Annual Texas Lyceum Poll measures opinions on the topics of immigration and border security and assesses Texans’ attitudes towards the national economy, the state economy, and the current economic situation of Texas adults and the attitudes towards elected officials.

2016 Texas Lyceum - Presidential Match-Ups and Texas Legislative Issues

The annual Texas Lyceum poll finds that the campaign for President between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is close. Additionally, while immigration remains a top issue for Texans, the vast majority reject Trump's idea for a border wall. Check out the full poll for more figures about politics and policy here in Texas.

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.

UT/ TT Feb '15 Poll

This poll gauges Texans' opinions on current political issues including potential 2016 presidential candidates, abortion restrictions, and immigration.

Texas Drop-Off Voters

Survey of Texas drop-off voters

Texas Likely Voters

2014 Pre-election likely voter attitudes

UT/TT Statewide Poll October 2014

Survey of registered voters pre-midterm election

2014 Texas Lyceum Poll - Day 2 (Elections)

The Texas Lyceum found that among registered voters, Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis has closed the gap to six points against her opponent, Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott. The Lyceum also ran a regression analysis to project a margin for likely voters, which suggested a 9-point difference between Davis and Abbott. The poll looks at these and other election-based races in the 2014 statewide elections.

Hispanic Perspectives on the Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

Lake Research Partners interviewed 1,000 Latino voters from Bexar County, Nueces County, Cameron County, Hidalgo County, Webb County, and rural counties in between, including 700 likely 2014 general election voters, and 300 low-propensity voters. 51% of the surveys were conducted in Spanish. Data indicate that Latinos in South Texas and along the border believe what is happening on the border today is a humanitarian crisis more so than an immigration crisis, and they want child migrants treated with respect.