Polling

Trends in Partisan Ideology in Texas

August 31, 2018

We pulled together polling data from over 30 University of Texas / Texas Tribune polls to see if and how ideological identification in Texas has changed since 2008 (the inaugural year of our data).

Have Crimes been Uncovered?

August 14, 2018

Among Texas voters, there is a now well established pattern in which views of even some of the basic facts of the Mueller investigation — like whether it has uncovered any crimes (it has) — appear heavily influenced by partisanship.

June 2018 UT/Texas Tribune Poll

June 27, 2018

The latest installment of the University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll has been released. Check out the latest poll page for graphics of all the results and crosstabulations.

Trends in Partisan Ideology in Texas
Have Crimes been Uncovered?
June 2018 UT/Texas Tribune Poll
September 18, 2018
Amidst talk (though uneven evidence) of Ted Cruz’s possible vulnerability among women in the suburbs and of a lack of enthusiasm for Cruz overall, as well as comparatively more demonstrable gender differences in attitudes related to sexual harassment and assault, the accusations against Brett Kavanaugh pose political hazards for Cruz. Read more...
September 12, 2018
Even under extremely rosy circumstances, O'Rourke needs BOTH a momentous shift in voter sentiment, AND a momentous shift in Democratic turnout: possible, but still not probable. Read more...
September 05, 2018
The Cruz campaign’s blows against Beto have gotten both tougher and more voluminous as the campaign sees close public (and perhaps internal?) poll numbers and, within that polling, a large share of Republican voters seemingly unaware of the threat to their party’s hegemony skateboarding their way. Read more...
August 28, 2018
 We pulled together polling data from over 30 University of Texas / Texas Tribune polls to see if and how ideological identification in Texas has changed since 2008 (the inaugural year of our data). Read more...