Attorney General Trial Ballot (October 2018)

Attorney General Trial Ballot (October 2018)

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categoryTotal
Ken Paxton48%
Justin Nelson36%
Michael Ray Harris6%
Someone else9%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Ken Paxton3%38%87%
Justin Nelson77%27%4%
Michael Ray Harris6%12%6%
Someone else13%24%3%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Ken Paxton3%8%2%
Justin Nelson86%49%85%
Michael Ray Harris7%11%4%
Someone else4%32%10%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Ken Paxton90%67%90%
Justin Nelson2%15%2%
Michael Ray Harris6%12%3%
Someone else1%6%4%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Ken Paxton3%23%86%
Justin Nelson82%45%6%
Michael Ray Harris4%8%5%
Someone else10%24%3%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Ken Paxton2%4%3%
Justin Nelson81%92%77%
Michael Ray Harris11%1%2%
Someone else6%3%18%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Ken Paxton65%81%95%
Justin Nelson20%6%2%
Michael Ray Harris9%9%1%
Someone else6%3%3%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Ken Paxton2%82%86%
Justin Nelson80%3%5%
Michael Ray Harris6%6%6%
Someone else12%8%3%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Ken Paxton60%11%30%
Justin Nelson30%58%44%
Michael Ray Harris6%2%10%
Someone else4%29%15%

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categoryMaleFemale
Ken Paxton53%44%
Justin Nelson34%38%
Michael Ray Harris6%7%
Someone else7%12%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Ken Paxton30%54%59%
Justin Nelson52%33%21%
Michael Ray Harris5%6%10%
Someone else13%8%9%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Ken Paxton25%34%53%65%
Justin Nelson57%43%31%26%
Michael Ray Harris7%10%5%5%
Someone else11%13%11%4%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Ken Paxton30%48%48%48%53%43%
Justin Nelson56%26%41%37%32%46%
Michael Ray Harris10%6%4%3%9%7%
Someone else3%20%7%11%6%4%

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categoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Ken Paxton64%46%32%26%
Justin Nelson23%38%49%52%
Michael Ray Harris6%8%6%7%
Someone else7%8%13%15%

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categoryThe Bible is the word of God, to be taken literallyThe Bible is the word of God, not to be taken literallyThe Bible is a book written by men
Ken Paxton67%54%22%
Justin Nelson18%34%61%
Michael Ray Harris6%6%5%
Someone else10%7%12%

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