UT/TT Poll: Economy and Immigration Top Voter Concerns

Texas voters remain concerned about the economy and immigration, and they continue to believe the state is moving in the right direction while the country is on the wrong track, according to the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

The economy leads the list of most important problems facing the country, at 24 percent, followed by federal spending/national debt at 19 percent and political corruption/leadership, at 11 percent. Those three items together accounted for more than half of the responses to that question.

Immigration, at 15 percent, and border security, at 13 percent, lead the state list, followed ...

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