Polling

A Year of Polling on COVID

May 05, 2021

The April 2021 University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll adds a fifth assessment of Texans’ attitudes about the coronavirus pandemic to the Texas Politics Project polling data archive.

Texans React to the February Winter Storm

April 01, 2021

The March poll developed in conjunction with a team of researchers at the UT Energy Institute asked dozens of questions about Texans’ experience during the winter storm, their attitudes toward causes and consequences, their...

The Context for Texans' Roles in Obstructing the Electoral College

January 11, 2021

Senator Ted Cruz is leading the charge in the effort to delay the official tallying and certification of the Electoral College votes in the U.S. Senate today...

May 05, 2021
The April 2021 University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll adds a fifth assessment of Texans’ attitudes about the coronavirus pandemic to the Texas Politics Project polling data archive, adding to attitudes collected in batteries from polls conducted in April, June, and October of 2020, and February and April of 2021. Read more...
April 22, 2021
All eyes in the Texas Capitol today will be on the floor of the Texas House, as the chamber considers the core appropriations bill (SB1). Read more...
April 21, 2021
Patrick’s public decision to push the pause button in part reflects a tension between two prominent themes of recent Republican election campaigns. Read more...
April 19, 2021
With the Texas House of Representatives’ passage of HB 1927,Texas is in line to become by far the most populous, most urban, and so the most significant state to enact a policy that only a few years ago was seen as a fringe (or at least a longshot) conservative cause. Read more...