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Texas voters split on police violence protests, open to moving Confederate statues, poll finds

Long-held views on discrimination against Black people and on memorials to the Confederacy are changing in Texas, and voters are open to universal voting by mail, according to polling by the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas.

The 1903 Confederate monument at the south entrance to the state Capitol grounds in 2019.

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