UT/TT Poll: Don’t Follow the Leader

Immigration and border security are the two most important problems facing the state, while federal spending and the economy are the biggest problems facing the country, according to the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

But political corruption/leadership has risen on both the national and state lists for reasons related to who is in office and which voters are unhappy about it.

With a Democratic administration in place, 19 percent of Texas Republican voters rate public corruption and leadership as the most important problem facing the country; only federal spending and national debt outrank it on their list. Only ...

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