This poll gauges Texans' opinions on current political issues including potential 2016 presidential candidates, abortion restrictions, and immigration.
Political Poll CD4 – Texas Runoff Congressman Ralph Hall Leads Former U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe
Ralph Hall had a 51% approval rating for the 4th District Congressional seat, with 46% saying they would vote for Hall over his opponent, Ratcliffe. 64% identified as Republicans. Only 15% said that the federal government should approve firearm transactions before they are completed.
TX Poll on Campus Carry
Telephone poll regarding Texans' views on campus carry
UT/TT Feb '16 Poll
This poll gauges Texans' opinions on the 2016 presidential field and impressions for Texas' major elected officials, as well as public policy opinions on issues such as guns, immigration, Syrian refugees, and the minimum wage.
UT / TT Nov '15 Poll
This poll gauges Texans' opinions on the 2016 presidential field and impressions for Texas' major elected officials, as well as public policy opinions on issues such as immigration, sanctuary cities, birth control, and same-sex marriage.
2015 Texas Lyceum Poll
The 2015 Texas Lyceum Poll examined the current state of a wide range public figures and public policy issues in Texas, including important updates on marijuana policy reform and LGBT equality.
UT/ TT June '15 Poll
This poll gauges Texans' opinions on current political issues including performance of the Texas Legislature, potential 2016 Presidential candidates, abortion restrictions, LGBT issues, and immigration.
UT/TT Statewide Poll February 2013
This Texas Tribune and University of Texas Poll for February 2013 shows Rick Perry polling unfavorably at 30 percent and Barack Obama polling at 47 percent unfavorable rating.
UT/TT Statewide Poll June 2013
Texas Tribune and University of Texas Poll for June 2013 shows majority a of Texans are unfamiliar with Wendy Davis, (58 percent) with 38 percent of voters saying they will vote against Rick Perry. The poll also covers a numerous variety of topics including abortion, immigration and gay marriage all showing a departure from strong opposition to all of the three different topics.
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