The child molestation scandal at Penn State University has raised questions about the problems of idolizing successful college athletic programs to the point where university students feel justified in a violent demonstration More… in defense of a coach fired for keeping quiet about the alleged crimes of his former assistant coach,
A look at polling numbers illustrates how muddled the GOP presidential contest presently is, compared to the outlook at this point in the 2000 White House campaign, when then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush was already the clear frontrunner.
Current Texas Gov. Rick Perry may see the crowded field as evidence More…
Public Policy Polling has published a follow-up to their numbers released More… Tuesday that showed all Texas Republicans in a strong position to hold the seat now belonging to Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Tex.) when she retires in 2012. Wednesday, they detailed GOP voters’ preferences for the primary to replace Hutchison.
The candidates are just beginning to position themselves, but a new survey More… from Public Policy Polling indicates that no matter which Republican wins the party’s nomination to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison in 2012, the GOP is likely to maintain the seat.
A poll conducted between Jan.
With the spring primary season dissolved into a distant memory, U.S. Sens. John Cornyn and Kay Bailey Hutchison have much better net approval ratings than Gov. Rick Perry, who trounced Hutchison and Democrat Bill White to secure another term as Texas’ chief executive.
According to a pair of reports from More…
More…Texas voters believe the state’s colleges and universities can improve teaching while reducing operating costs, according to a poll released this week by conservative think tank The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF). Given the choice between teaching students and conducting research, nearly 90 percent of survey respondents said the main
One Texan made the list of possible 2012 GOP presidential candidates in a recent survey by national polling firm Rasmussen Reports. But it’s not newly re-elected Gov. Rick Perry.
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Clute) garnered 5 percent of the vote in a Rasmussen survey released last Thursday. Pollsters asked 1,000 More…
Two new polls show Gov. Rick Perry ahead by a significant margin in the Texas gubernatorial race. In Public Policy Polling’s (PPP) last survey of the race this cycle, Perry trumps Democrat Bill White 53-44 percent, and in a poll from five state newspapers More…, the incumbent leads 49-37 percent.