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The Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation operates as a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated and committed to analyzing, exploring, and deconstructing the political, economic, social, demographic, and familial attitudes, behaviors, and perspectives of Texas Hispanics and to understanding existing and emerging social, political, and commercial trends within the Texas Hispanic community.

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THPF Analysis: Hispanic Voters Will Decide Texas

THPF Analysis: Hispanic Voters Will Decide Texas

October 1, 2020

Hispanic voters are poised to determine which presidential candidate carries Texas in the November 3 election, according to a Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation analysis of polling, historical results and turnout projections.

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Listen: TXHPF President on the Mark Davis Show

Listen: TXHPF President on the Mark Davis Show

August 31, 2020

Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation’s Jason Villalba was a guest on the Mark Davis radio show on Aug. 31. Guest host Scott Braddock asked about the mission of TXHPF and our research on how voters feel about the presidential race and about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives.

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Views of State’s Virus Response Vary Widely by Race

Views of State’s Virus Response Vary Widely by Race

August 24, 2020

Texans are deeply divided along racial lines over whether the state has relaxed coronavirus-related restrictions too quickly and whether getting the economy going or slowing the spread of the virus should be a higher priority.

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