Texas as a Model

Texas as a Model

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February 201031%57%
October 201138%50%
October 201236%54%
February 201331%60%
June 201530%59%
June 201735%54%
February 202030%54%

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February 20109%83%
October 201112%79%
October 201211%85%
February 20135%90%
June 20158%88%
June 20177%86%
February 20204%86%

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February 201054%33%
October 201170%18%
October 201265%25%
February 201361%27%
June 201557%29%
June 201763%23%
February 202056%25%

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DRILLING DOWN IN THE 2020 ELECTION AND IMPEACHMENT ITEMS IN THE FEBRUARY 2020 UT/TT POLL

The February 2020 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll caught Bernie Sanders’ apparent rise and troubling times for Joe Biden in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating contest, even as the race changes on a seemingly day-to-day basis heading into the end of the beginning of the delegate-earning phase of the contest. While the flow of the Democratic race remains rapid and unpredictable, Texans’ views of Congress are still, deep, and fetid.

FROM BANG TO WHIMPER: BETO O’ROURKE’S EXIT AND THE SPECTER OF WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN

In an alternate universe envisioned by Beto O’Rourke’s fan base about a year ago, this weekend might have witnessed his breakout performance at the Iowa Democratic Party’s Liberty and Justice Dinner on Friday, followed by the release of UT/TT Polling showing him leading the Democratic presidential primary field in his home state – the real world looks a little different today.

FIVE TAKEAWAYS ON TEXANS’ VIEWS OF THE IMPEACHMENT OF DONALD TRUMP

The October 2019 University of Texas / Texas Tribune Poll finds Texans polarized along partisan lines, as is much of the country, but also revealed some subtleties in the attitudes toward the major political story of the day.

AN IMPEACHMENT, A HOUSE SCANDAL AND THE 2020 ELECTIONS COULD BEDEVIL TEXAS GOP

Amidst the historic national implications of the now all-but-certain impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump, a renewed focus on questions of corruption and abuse of power in the White House threatens Republican Texas incumbents’ near-monoply of the state’s political system.

Texas Public Opinion And The Politics Of The Border Security–Government Shutdown Imbroglio

If politics in the state capital seem to have taken an oddly agreeable turn in the interim between the November elections and the commencement of the 86th Texas Legislative Session in January 2019, the resurgence of the politics of border security remind us that the nativist sentiment among the Republican base is never far from the surface.