-Rick Perry's future prospects for elected office in Texas are looking tenuous. Only 29% of voters think he should run for Governor again in 2014, while 64% think he should not. There's actually some possibility he could win another term anyway though. 49% of Republicans think he should run again to 38% who think he should not and obviously if you win the Republican nomination in Texas you're always going to start out in a pretty good position for the general.
The White House is definitely not in Perry's future though if Texans have anything to say about it. Only 19% of voters think he should run for President again to 73% who think he should not, and even among Republicans just 31% think he should make another bid for chief executive.
-Texans think Lyndon Johnson is their greatest President ever, although he certainly benefits from a split in the Bush vote. 39% bestow that honor to Johnson to 22% who pick George W. Bush and 19% who pick George H.W. Bush. The senior Bush is actually the best liked of the former Presidents with a 54/32 favorability rating. But voters are more passionate- for positive or negative- about the junior Bush and Johnson. Johnson has a 44/30 favorability and W. Bush's is 48/44.
-Kay Bailey Hutchison continues to be the more popular of Texas' Senators with a 50/32 approval rating, better than John Cornyn's 40/37. They have similar numbers with Republicans but Hutchison is more popular with Democrats (a 34% approval rating to Cornyn's 16%) and independents (a 44/29 spread to Cornyn's 27/44.)
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