Texas Outcome Results The Texas voices are relatively divided about what they think is the most important issue facing the…
The Texas voices are relatively divided about what they think is the most important issue facing the country, according to closing investigations. More than a third of voters believe that healthcare is the most important issue, among which voted more than two-thirds for Democrat Beto O & Rourke.
Of the third of voters who believe immigration is the main problem, about three quarters supports republican late Ted Cruz. Almost a quarter of voters’ sake the economy is the country’s biggest problem, and among them, the majority voted for Cruz.
Voters who believed that the nation’s economy is in a good place supported Cruz, while those who knew the economy were poorly supported. Rourke. When asked about tax laws passed last year affected their personal finances, the majority were affected positively by Cruz and the majority were adversely affected by Rourke.
Twenty-one percent of Texas voters voted in mid-level for the first time. These voters leaned against R & R with 7 points, while returning voters favored Mr Cruz with 6 points.
Young voters supported overwhelming R & D, 71
-29 percent. Voters ages 30-44 leaned against him, 51-47. Voters over 45 years favored Cruz, 58-41.
High school students shared their votes evenly between the two senate candidates, while they voted for Cruz, 53-46 percent.
White Gospels favored Cruz with 83 percent of the votes, while those in this group did not support O & # 39; Rourke with a nearly 2 to 1 margin.
– David Jones