Category Archives: Texas Politics

The Legalization of Marijuana in Texas

Most Texans would like to see marijuana legalized in some way, according to our 2017 post-election survey. In our poll of registered Texas voters, the majority of respondents indicated that they wanted to see marijuana legalized in general or see … Continue reading

Posted in Policy, Texas Politics

Texas Governor Approval Rating

In our recent post-election survey, we found that Texas Governor Greg Abbott has a strong favorability rating, particularly among Republicans and Texas voters who are not attached to the two main political parties. Approval Rating for Texas Governor Greg Abbott … Continue reading

Posted in Approval Ratings, Texas Politics

Same-Sex Marriage in Texas

From March 20 to April 13, 2017, ESRL employees and undergraduate students administered a post-election survey to Texas voters. Respondents were asked two questions about same-sex marriage in Texas. The first question asked voters whether same-sex marriage should be recognized … Continue reading

Posted in Same-Sex Marriage, Texas Politics

Transgender Bathrooms in Texas

During the Spring 2017 semester, the ESRL released its post-election survey results. ESRL employees and undergraduate students polled registered voters in the state of Texas. Respondents were asked one question about the transgender bathroom issue. Results of the Transgender Bathroom … Continue reading

Posted in Texas Politics, Transgender Bathrooms

Sex Education in Texas Public Schools

The ESRL recently completed its post-election survey. Respondents were asked two questions about sex education in public schools. The first question for respondents was to assess their awareness of what is currently being taught in Texas and the second question … Continue reading

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