Texas Voter Poll reveals voters across the Lone Star State express urgency for investments in water, state parks and broadband.

More than half of voters stand ready to sign off on billions for critical infrastructure in November’s critical vote on 14 constitutional amendments.

Top five initial Texas Voter Poll findings:

  1. 74% of Texas voters would vote for the constitutional amendment creating the Texas water fund to assist in financing water projects in this state.
  2. 74% of Texas voters would vote for the creation of the centennial parks conservation fund to be used for the creation and improvement of state parks. 
  3. 53% of Texas voters would vote for creating the broadband infrastructure fund to expand high-speed broadband access and assist in the financing of connectivity projects.
  4. 87% of Texas voters expressed concern that weather-related events in Texas such as wildfires, floods, drought and hurricanes may increase what they pay for property insurance.  
  5. At the same time, 41% of Texas voters think that Texas’ climate has changed dramatically over the past 10 years.



Nearly half of voters are concerned about the prospects for future generations while strong majorities support elevated academic standards to prepare more students for college or career.

Top five initial Texas Voter Poll findings:

  1. 46% of Texas voters believe children today will have worse opportunities to succeed while 30% believe they will have better opportunities.
  2. 65% of Texas voters are either extremely or very concerned about the state’s future.
  3. 96% of Texas voters agree that the strength of a community’s public education system is important.
  4. 70% of Texas voters selected teaching students to read at grade level as the most or next most important element of a good school. College or career readiness was cited by 59% of voters as a leading element of a good school. Teaching students to do math at grade level was named an important element by 47% of voters.
  5. 80% of Texas voters expressed support for the Texas Education Agency’s proposed initiative to elevate the standards for school ratings. Under this new framework, the benchmark to attain an “A” rating would rise substantially, requiring 88% of students to graduate prepared for either college or a career.


Baselice and Associates conducted the survey polling 1,000 registered Texas voters on Aug. 22-29, 2023. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1%.

The interviews were conducted via:

  • Phone: 52%
  • SMS: 13%
  • Web: 35%

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