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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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GOP primary voters far more opposed to vaccine mandates than other Texans, poll finds

GOP primary voters far more opposed to vaccine mandates than other Texans, poll finds

December 7, 2021

As Republican activists and elected officials increasingly call for a special legislative session to prohibit vaccine mandates, recent polling shows that Republicans who vote in primaries are far more skeptical of such mandates and other measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 than Texas voters as a whole are.

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Texans’ views of vaccine differ significantly by party, survey finds

Texans’ views of vaccine differ significantly by party, survey finds

December 1, 2021

One out of every four registered voters identifying as either Republicans or independents in Texas say they do not plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to polling conducted this fall by the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation (TxHPF).

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Texas Hispanics voice support for GOP-led border policies

Texas Hispanics voice support for GOP-led border policies

November 17, 2021

Hispanic Texans — especially in South Texas — are more likely to support than oppose several border policies pushed by Gov. Greg Abbott and other Texas Republicans, according to recent polling by the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation (TxHPF).

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