UT/TT Poll: Economy, Immigration Top Voter Concerns

[Editor's note: This is the last of five stories about the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. Monday, we looked at Texas voters and the 2012 presidential contest. Tuesday, how voters rate Rick Perry's job performance. Wednesday, the races for U.S. Senate and lieutenant governor. Thursday, whether Texans think their friends would vote for a Mormon president.]

Texas voters think the economy is the biggest problem facing the country but immigration is the most pressing issue facing the state, according to the new University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll.

That coincides with the rise of Gov ...

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