UT/TT Poll: Economy, Border Top Texans' Concerns

The economy tops Texas voters' list of the most important problems facing the country, and immigration and border security remain their top concerns at home, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll.

The economy ranked as the top national problem for 30 percent of the respondents, with federal spending/national debt at 17 percent. Political corruption/leadership topped national troubles for 11 percent, and 10 percent said unemployment/jobs. Combined, economic issues accounted for 57 percent of the responses. None of the other issues on the list registered above 5 percent.

Immigration and border security made up ...

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