Rating Responses to the Coronavirus (October 2021)

Rating Responses to the Coronavirus (October 2021)

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Your local government51%
Texas state government46%
Federal government37%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Your local government51%31%57%
Texas state government16%29%75%
Federal government71%26%13%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Your local government53%43%54%
Texas state government7%26%14%
Federal government72%62%73%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Your local government51%57%61%
Texas state government68%67%82%
Federal government8%28%11%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Your local government53%40%56%
Texas state government12%31%74%
Federal government72%43%14%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Your local government48%53%54%
Texas state government21%10%7%
Federal government68%73%73%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Your local government52%56%59%
Texas state government61%74%80%
Federal government26%12%9%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Your local government57%44%45%
Texas state government54%29%32%
Federal government35%54%38%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Your local government54%49%
Texas state government49%42%
Federal government41%34%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Your local government54%45%60%
Texas state government35%46%60%
Federal government53%34%23%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Your local government45%48%52%56%
Texas state government22%42%52%58%
Federal government46%40%34%31%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Your local government54%48%42%57%56%57%
Texas state government52%46%44%48%46%45%
Federal government4%34%39%39%39%47%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Your local government53%49%43%55%
Texas state government63%45%31%24%
Federal government26%36%48%57%

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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.
Your local government57%50%50%40%
Texas state government66%51%20%33%
Federal government27%29%62%34%

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