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Texas Governor Race Republican Abbott 29% Democrat Wendy Davis 21%

Texas Governor Race Republican Abbott 29% Democrat Wendy Davis 21%

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FORWARDED BY: Allan R. Jamail Senatorial District 6AllanJ211@aol.com(SDEC) Texas State Democratic Executive Committeeman2013 - RULES, COMMUNICATIONS & RESOLUTIONS52 year proud member of the AFL-CIO.SUSTAINING MEMBER TEXAS DEMOCRATIC PARTYTEXAS GOVERNOR RACEREPUBLICAN ABBOTT 29% / DEMOCRAT WENDY DAVIS 21%
LYCEUM POLL:The survey also took a look at the upcoming governor's race. It will be a tight oneaccording to the numbers. Twenty-nine percent (29%) of likely voters supportAttorney General Greg Abbott., while 21% percent support State Senator WendyDavis.There's plenty of room for change, though. Fifty percent (50%) of those surveyedsay they haven't thought about the race enough to make a decision.The poll is made up of 96 men and women from across Texas. They were askedquestions from Sept. 6-20.
Lyceum poll: Abbott ahead in run for governor, but half of all Texans not yet tuned in...
 By Jonathan Tilove  American-Statesman StaffA new Texas Lyceum poll indicates that Attorney General Greg Abbott is the clearfront-
runner to become the state’s ne
xt governor. But, according to the survey,which was in the field for two weeks in September, half of all Texans have yet toeven think about who they support or express a preference.The poll found that among registered voters, Abbott held a 29 to 21 percentadvantage in a potential matchup against Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis, whois expected to announce her candidacy for governor Thursday.
But, “50 percent hadn’t yet thought about it enough to have a preference. Not
surprisingly, Democrats and black respondents expressed a preference for Daviswhile white respondents, independents, men, and Republicans expressed a

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