Abortion Attitudes in Texas

September 09, 2014

In the June 2014 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, we asked respondents under what circumstances a woman should be able to obtain an abortion. The results show broad support for abortion rights in a number of circumstances.

June 2014 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll

June 24, 2014

The June 2014 poll contains trial ballots on all of the top, statewide races in addition to questions on the policies and issues likely to animate the 2014 campaign.

On Immigration, Polling Defies Assumptions

June 23, 2014

In Texas, the surprisingly complex patterns of public opinion on immigration call into question the conventional wisdom informing media coverage — and even political strategy.

Abortion Attitudes in Texas
June 2014 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll
On Immigration, Polling Defies Assumptions
October 08, 2014
Republicans appear poised to again sweep this year's statewide elections. But dig deeper into the data and you'll find faint signs of long-term promise for Texas Democrats, even if their standard-bearer loses in November.  Read more...
September 09, 2014
The ongoing CBS News/NYT The Upshot/YouGov Battleground Tracker released the results of their second wave of polling in the 2014 US Senate races, finding incumbent John Cornyn still holding a 20-percentage point lead over Democrat David Alameel (51-31).  Read more...
August 13, 2014
The problems facing the Republican Party on issues like gay marriage aren't unique to Texas, but they're particularly pronounced here. Polling data and the party's long run of success in Texas explain why. Read more...
July 31, 2014
Why is it that intimations of corruption and political malfeasance stay in our peripheral vision while rarely coming into the kind of Sharpstown-like spotlight that defines an election? Read more...