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July 02, 2013


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Samian Quazi

But but but... what about Wendy Davis vs. John Cornyn?


Even if only women voted, Davis still loses to Perry by 6. I don't see a Governor Davis happening.


When are you going to release the 2016 part of your national poll ?


Chris S.

Yeah, can we have the 2016 part of your national poll? You tweeted that Cory Booker was in third place in the Democratic primary, so you must have included some 2016 questions in that one, but you never released it.

Alan Snipes

It's unfortunate, but the voters of Texas appear to like their politicians as morons.


Surprised/disappointed you didn't poll the senate race


You need to revisit Abbott v Davis now that Perry is out. Your poll found that Abbot holds an 8-point lead over Davis. More interestingly, they have nearly equal favorabilty ratings even though he's held a major statewide office since 2002 and she only became a state senator in '09.

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