John Cornyn Approval (June 2018)

John Cornyn Approval (June 2018)

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryTotal
Approve strongly8%
Approve somewhat19%
Neither approve nor disapprove21%
Disapprove somewhat14%
Disapprove strongly24%
Don't know13%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Approve strongly3%8%14%
Approve somewhat6%17%32%
Neither approve nor disapprove17%21%24%
Disapprove somewhat18%10%12%
Disapprove strongly44%28%6%
Don't know12%17%11%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Approve strongly3%5%2%
Approve somewhat2%10%6%
Neither approve nor disapprove9%25%18%
Disapprove somewhat28%15%13%
Disapprove strongly46%23%52%
Don't know12%22%8%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Approve strongly6%5%23%
Approve somewhat28%33%33%
Neither approve nor disapprove27%29%20%
Disapprove somewhat20%13%7%
Disapprove strongly10%5%5%
Don't know9%14%11%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Approve strongly2%4%15%
Approve somewhat6%15%31%
Neither approve nor disapprove11%32%22%
Disapprove somewhat18%11%13%
Disapprove strongly51%20%9%
Don't know12%18%10%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Approve strongly2%0%4%
Approve somewhat10%5%4%
Neither approve nor disapprove13%12%7%
Disapprove somewhat20%21%15%
Disapprove strongly40%51%61%
Don't know15%11%10%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Approve strongly4%14%22%
Approve somewhat37%27%31%
Neither approve nor disapprove28%21%21%
Disapprove somewhat7%19%10%
Disapprove strongly8%11%8%
Don't know16%8%7%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Approve strongly3%19%11%
Approve somewhat6%34%29%
Neither approve nor disapprove15%26%17%
Disapprove somewhat18%8%23%
Disapprove strongly48%4%13%
Don't know11%9%6%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Approve strongly10%7%5%
Approve somewhat23%9%14%
Neither approve nor disapprove19%31%25%
Disapprove somewhat15%15%12%
Disapprove strongly25%26%22%
Don't know8%13%22%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryMaleFemale
Approve strongly11%6%
Approve somewhat20%18%
Neither approve nor disapprove20%23%
Disapprove somewhat18%11%
Disapprove strongly25%23%
Don't know6%18%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Approve strongly8%7%11%
Approve somewhat16%20%21%
Neither approve nor disapprove24%19%24%
Disapprove somewhat11%15%17%
Disapprove strongly27%25%18%
Don't know14%13%10%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
category18-2930-4445-6465+
Approve strongly5%7%8%13%
Approve somewhat11%15%23%24%
Neither approve nor disapprove22%25%20%19%
Disapprove somewhat12%10%16%16%
Disapprove strongly20%22%27%25%
Don't know29%20%6%2%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Approve strongly2%9%6%6%13%5%
Approve somewhat21%20%20%16%18%21%
Neither approve nor disapprove39%27%19%23%17%14%
Disapprove somewhat1%13%15%18%14%19%
Disapprove strongly6%19%25%25%29%34%
Don't know31%13%14%12%9%7%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
categoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Approve strongly14%5%1%3%
Approve somewhat26%20%17%4%
Neither approve nor disapprove21%24%29%12%
Disapprove somewhat12%11%17%23%
Disapprove strongly15%26%25%44%
Don't know12%13%11%14%

  • Table |
  • Share
  • |
    More
Loading chart...
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
Approve strongly11%10%1%
Approve somewhat27%22%6%
Neither approve nor disapprove27%22%13%
Disapprove somewhat11%15%18%
Disapprove strongly12%22%48%
Don't know13%8%13%

Latest Poll News

October 2020 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll

The October 2020 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll includes responses to a large battery of questions on attitudes toward the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic and also explored a wide range of attitudes on race, policing, and more.

Texans on the Coronavirus

The April 2020 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll focussed almost exclusively on Texans' attitudes towards the coronavirus, including their own response along with their evaluations of the response of elected officials in Texas. Check out our polling search with the tag "coronavirus," it contains 78 items and over 1000 graphics of results.

TEXAS ATTITUDES ON THE ECONOMY ON THE BRINK OF RECESSION

Texas government responses to the current crises will be shaped by public attitudes, and in particular whether the deep partisan influences over perceptions of the state and the state's economy prevail as disaster sweeps over the state and the nation.

REPUBLICAN ATTITUDES ON CLIMATE CHANGE DIVIDED BY AGE

The orthodoxy of climate change denial that ruled mainstream Republican politics is melting in some key corners of the Party, even if the change is happening at a pace previous generations had the luxury of calling “glacial.” Even as the septuagenarian figurehead of the national GOP openly mocks the most well-known, youthful climate change activist on the global stage, the signs of a pivot toward an acceptance of the basic fact of human-caused climate change is evident in the attitudes of the overwhelming majority of young voters, even Republican ones.

DRILLING DOWN IN THE 2020 ELECTION AND IMPEACHMENT ITEMS IN THE FEBRUARY 2020 UT/TT POLL

The February 2020 University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll caught Bernie Sanders’ apparent rise and troubling times for Joe Biden in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating contest, even as the race changes on a seemingly day-to-day basis heading into the end of the beginning of the delegate-earning phase of the contest. While the flow of the Democratic race remains rapid and unpredictable, Texans’ views of Congress are still, deep, and fetid.