Institutional Ratings (June 2022)

Institutional Ratings (June 2022)

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categoryTotal
The military61%
The police52%
The municipal or local government where you live42%
The Texas state government40%
The public schools40%
The courts/criminal justice system26%
The federal government19%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
The military51%45%74%
The police32%31%75%
The municipal or local government where you live42%22%49%
The Texas state government10%22%70%
The public schools53%24%32%
The courts/criminal justice system23%18%31%
The federal government32%8%12%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
The military41%43%59%
The police23%30%38%
The municipal or local government where you live33%39%47%
The Texas state government3%9%14%
The public schools48%48%56%
The courts/criminal justice system13%23%27%
The federal government16%27%41%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
The military69%74%75%
The police72%67%79%
The municipal or local government where you live43%46%53%
The Texas state government63%63%77%
The public schools24%43%32%
The courts/criminal justice system22%40%31%
The federal government11%18%10%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
The military44%54%76%
The police26%42%75%
The municipal or local government where you live39%30%50%
The Texas state government6%23%70%
The public schools49%40%32%
The courts/criminal justice system18%23%33%
The federal government29%19%14%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
The military47%47%36%
The police33%27%20%
The municipal or local government where you live40%37%41%
The Texas state government10%3%9%
The public schools45%47%55%
The courts/criminal justice system19%20%16%
The federal government27%28%34%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
The military72%74%80%
The police67%78%78%
The municipal or local government where you live46%53%50%
The Texas state government54%76%75%
The public schools42%28%30%
The courts/criminal justice system36%30%33%
The federal government20%11%12%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
The military68%52%55%
The police61%32%46%
The municipal or local government where you live48%32%40%
The Texas state government50%18%32%
The public schools37%44%44%
The courts/criminal justice system27%23%28%
The federal government16%30%22%

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CategoryMaleFemale
The military63%58%
The police53%51%
The municipal or local government where you live47%38%
The Texas state government46%34%
The public schools38%41%
The courts/criminal justice system27%25%
The federal government22%17%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
The military56%62%67%
The police46%53%59%
The municipal or local government where you live42%46%35%
The Texas state government31%40%50%
The public schools40%41%33%
The courts/criminal justice system25%29%22%
The federal government25%20%10%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
The military43%48%65%80%
The police32%42%54%72%
The municipal or local government where you live41%40%40%50%
The Texas state government30%34%43%49%
The public schools47%41%36%38%
The courts/criminal justice system30%27%24%27%
The federal government21%23%14%22%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
The military57%65%59%56%63%57%
The police48%53%52%45%55%49%
The municipal or local government where you live23%37%45%44%46%45%
The Texas state government53%34%42%36%45%37%
The public schools24%36%38%40%45%39%
The courts/criminal justice system11%24%22%26%34%25%
The federal government9%17%19%17%25%18%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
The military68%66%57%43%
The police69%51%43%24%
The municipal or local government where you live52%40%38%31%
The Texas state government56%40%31%13%
The public schools38%43%37%38%
The courts/criminal justice system34%29%17%13%
The federal government19%21%21%17%

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CategoryThe Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.Don't know.
The military73%64%49%47%
The police69%56%31%38%
The municipal or local government where you live52%45%33%12%
The Texas state government60%45%15%19%
The public schools39%37%47%27%
The courts/criminal justice system33%31%16%9%
The federal government22%18%22%5%

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