Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) may be feeling the latest pressure vote from Dallas Morning News The University of Texas at Tyler show.
Abbott’s approval rating drop It was 45% in the aftermath of controversial legislation, including a ban on masks in the COVID-19 pandemic and a ban on most abortions six weeks later. It’s too early to know what’s going to happen in next year’s elections, but the two well-known candidates appear to be able to give Abbott a serious run if they decide to take part in the race. increase.
Actor Matthew McConaughey hinted that he was entertaining the idea (although it is unclear which party he represents), lead Former Senator Beto O’Rourke (D-Tex.) Fought for Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) In a fictitious match in a new poll, abbot by 9 points. Aiming at the Democratic presidential nomination, the survey reduced the previous 12-point direct deficit to Abbott to five. However, Abbott has a more comfortable lead over Republican primary challengers.
Dallas Morning News/ UT-Tyler vote It took place between 1,148 registered voters between September 7th and 14th. The margin of error is 2.9 percentage points.read more Dallas Morning News..
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