Attorney General Vote Choice (June 2014)

Attorney General Vote Choice (June 2014)

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categorycolumn-1
Sam Houston27%
Ken Paxton40%
Jamie Balagia3%
Jamar Osborne3%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion27%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Sam Houston59%11%4%
Ken Paxton4%25%78%
Jamie Balagia3%7%2%
Jamar Osborne4%4%2%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion31%53%14%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Sam Houston6%2%4%
Ken Paxton80%62%84%
Jamie Balagia5%3%0%
Jamar Osborne0%2%3%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion9%31%9%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Sam Houston57%48%64%
Ken Paxton5%6%2%
Jamie Balagia2%3%3%
Jamar Osborne6%3%3%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion29%40%27%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Sam Houston62%33%8%
Ken Paxton4%15%72%
Jamie Balagia4%2%3%
Jamar Osborne4%3%2%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion26%47%15%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Sam Houston12%7%7%
Ken Paxton47%84%75%
Jamie Balagia7%1%2%
Jamar Osborne4%0%3%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion29%9%13%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Sam Houston57%65%64%
Ken Paxton9%1%3%
Jamie Balagia4%5%0%
Jamar Osborne2%3%9%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion28%26%24%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Sam Houston64%8%2%
Ken Paxton4%60%88%
Jamie Balagia3%1%3%
Jamar Osborne5%4%1%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion25%26%6%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Sam Houston23%44%27%
Ken Paxton53%3%28%
Jamie Balagia3%2%2%
Jamar Osborne2%6%4%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion20%45%39%

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categoryMaleFemale
Sam Houston28%26%
Ken Paxton46%35%
Jamie Balagia3%3%
Jamar Osborne4%2%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion19%34%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Sam Houston34%27%18%
Ken Paxton28%43%53%
Jamie Balagia3%3%2%
Jamar Osborne5%2%3%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion29%26%25%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Sam Houston26%29%27%25%
Ken Paxton22%33%45%58%
Jamie Balagia3%3%4%0%
Jamar Osborne2%5%3%0%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion46%31%21%17%

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