With the March primaries and November general elections on the horizon, our latest statewide Texas Voter Poll shows Texas voters broadly agree on a range of issues that affect them as parents, homeowners, business owners, and employees, while sharing widespread concern about the future of Texas.
Despite statewide headlines that suggest deep divisions within the electorate, the 4th Texas Voter Poll shows that many of Texas voters’ concerns cross partisan, racial, and economic lines. The findings also demonstrate strong demand across the state for common-sense, bipartisan solutions to critical issues linked to our future prosperity.
“We cannot afford to allow voters’ concerns about Texas’ future to fester and pessimism to take hold,” said Margaret Spellings, president and CEO of Texas 2036. “If we are to carry on the legacy of success we have inherited, we must seize this moment to bring people and businesses together in support of policies that can address these fundamental issues.”
–Margaret Spellings, Texas 2036 President & CEO