Dan Patrick Job Approval (February 2016)

Dan Patrick Job Approval (February 2016)

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categorycolumn-1
Approve strongly8%
Approve somewhat19%
Neither approve nor disapprove30%
Disapprove somewhat7%
Disapprove strongly20%
Don't know16%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Approve strongly1%8%16%
Approve somewhat9%17%31%
Neither approve nor disapprove29%32%29%
Disapprove somewhat9%7%5%
Disapprove strongly35%21%5%
Don't know17%15%14%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Approve strongly12%11%20%
Approve somewhat35%20%35%
Neither approve nor disapprove33%37%23%
Disapprove somewhat5%8%2%
Disapprove strongly4%6%5%
Don't know11%17%15%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Approve strongly0%1%2%
Approve somewhat12%8%8%
Neither approve nor disapprove22%43%23%
Disapprove somewhat6%10%11%
Disapprove strongly46%18%40%
Don't know15%21%15%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Approve strongly0%3%16%
Approve somewhat4%13%31%
Neither approve nor disapprove16%37%29%
Disapprove somewhat9%7%6%
Disapprove strongly54%21%5%
Don't know16%18%13%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Approve strongly6%14%29%
Approve somewhat35%29%32%
Neither approve nor disapprove35%32%20%
Disapprove somewhat8%6%3%
Disapprove strongly7%4%3%
Don't know10%14%13%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Approve strongly0%0%1%
Approve somewhat6%4%2%
Neither approve nor disapprove18%15%16%
Disapprove somewhat12%10%6%
Disapprove strongly42%58%62%
Don't know22%13%14%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Approve strongly1%12%27%
Approve somewhat8%31%35%
Neither approve nor disapprove27%30%24%
Disapprove somewhat10%5%6%
Disapprove strongly41%7%2%
Don't know13%15%5%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Approve strongly10%2%4%
Approve somewhat21%11%20%
Neither approve nor disapprove28%33%34%
Disapprove somewhat6%9%8%
Disapprove strongly19%27%21%
Don't know16%18%13%

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categoryMaleFemale
Approve strongly11%6%
Approve somewhat24%16%
Neither approve nor disapprove23%35%
Disapprove somewhat7%7%
Disapprove strongly26%16%
Don't know10%20%

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