Thursday, April 20, 2017

Texas Party Idenitification, April 2017

The Texas Lyceum Poll of 1007 Adult Texans in April 2017 produced the following results in terms of party identification. A special thank you to Joshua Blank for providing the data for the crosstabs on Party identification and other variables.

The question was: PID: Do you consider yourself to be a Democrat, a Republican, or neither?

I have substituted “independent” for neither since that is the definition of an independent.

This result is somewhat different from the results of the Texas Lyceum Poll of 2015. The percentage of independents is 10 percent fewer, and the percentage of Republicans is 6 percent more. The percentage of Democrats is nearly the same.

The ideological self-identification of each category of partisanship

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