Polling

Property Tax Cut Not Seen as Big Enough

June 25, 2015

When asked, a majority of Texans in the latest UT/Texas Tribune Poll said that the property tax cut ultimately passed by the Texas Legislature wouldn't be enough to have an impact on most Texas families.

Perceptions of Discrimination in Society Vary Significantly

June 23, 2015

Whether one believes that a particular group is more or less discriminated against in society, and the relative discrimination faced by different groups, appears strongly connected to political identity according to June 2015 University of Texas/...

Cruz, Walker Lead 2016 GOP Primary Field

June 22, 2015

In the newest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, Sen. Ted Cruz leads the pack, followed by Gov. Scott Walker and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, in a potential 2016 GOP Texas Presidential Primary.

Property Tax Cut Not Seen as Big Enough
Perceptions of Discrimination in Society Vary Significantly
Cruz, Walker Lead 2016 GOP Primary Field
June 25, 2015
With a new slate of statewide leaders in charge, key questions about the tenor of Texas politics loomed large as the legislative session unfolded. New polling provides some preliminary answers. Read more...
June 08, 2015
Last week's incident in McKinney, TX involving a local police officer and a group of black teens has fed the ongoing national conversation about policing and race – a difficult topic made all the more challenging by the multiple dimensions involved in this instance, which include race, class, and views of law enforcement, to name just a few of the big ones. Read more...
May 20, 2015
Headlines and rhetoric out of the Texas Legislature this year suggest that the public is clamoring for tax relief. But the polling says otherwise. Read more...
May 15, 2015
For those assessing a Rick Perry presidential candidacy in the wake of his announcement of his announcement plans, here are some highlights of attitudes in Texas toward Perry and the 2016 GOP presidential nomination context. Read more...