Population Groan?

May 04, 2022

More Texans view the state's surging population negatively than positively, according to April 2022 UT/TXP polling.

Negative Partisanship in Texas

January 10, 2022

Public opinion polling in Texas strongly suggest that unpopular policy, even extremely unpopular policy, whether coming from the left or the right, is unlikely to spur many partisans to vote for a candidate of the opposing party.

A Year of Polling on COVID

May 05, 2021

The April 2021 University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll adds a fifth assessment of Texans’ attitudes about the coronavirus pandemic to the Texas Politics Project polling data archive.

May 12, 2022
In a new Second Reading Podcast, Jim Henson and Josh Blank talk about public education attitudes captured in the latest UT/Texas Politics Project Poll in the context of recent school board elections and Gov. Greg Abbott's signals about private school vouchers. Read more...
May 05, 2022
Taking into account that the general election remians several months in the future, the items in the poll related to the election were designed to assess attitudes toward candidates in the the most prominent upcoming Texas run-offs, and eventually, in the general election. Read more...
May 04, 2022
The lates University of Texas/Texas Politics Project Poll finds signs of economic stress amidst sharply different partisan attitudes toward immigration and border security. Read more...
February 28, 2022
Biden faces challenges on multiple fronts that make it highly unlikely, or at least highly challenging, for his State of the Union speech to overcome a broadly negative political environment. Read more...