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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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Evangelical Protestant Hispanics split from others on candidates and issues, Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation poll shows

Evangelical Protestant Hispanics split from others on candidates and issues, Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation poll shows

October 5, 2022

Hispanic voters in Texas prefer Democrat Beto O’Rourke in the Texas governor’s race, but those who identify themselves as Evangelical Protestants are much more likely to side with Republican Gov. Greg Abbott and side with Abbott on issues, according to new polling from the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation (TXHPF) and four TEGNA television stations in Texas.

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Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation poll shows majority support Abbott border policies

Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation poll shows majority support Abbott border policies

September 29, 2022

Public support for Gov. Greg Abbott’s approach to border security and immigration has helped propel him to a lead in his race for re-election, according to newly released polling data from the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation (TXHPF) and TEGNA television stations in Texas.

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Abbott up 7 points in Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation poll

Abbott up 7 points in Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation poll

September 26, 2022

Governor Greg Abbott’s lead over Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke appears increasingly durable, with few voters indicating they are undecided or willing to change their mind at this stage in the race, according to a new poll from the Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation (TXHPF) and TEGNA television stations in Texas.

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