If the 2016 Republican primary election for president were held today, Republican voters in Texas would strongly favor U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz over other GOP hopefuls, according to a University of Texas at Austin/Texas Tribune poll.Read more
Experts for Presidential Debate in Texas: Researchers Offer Range of Perspectives, from the Political to Psychological
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, Democratic presidential candidates, will debate at The University of Texas at Austin Thursday, Feb. 21.
Researchers at the university are available to provide commentary on how issues such as party polarization, gender, race and faith are shaping the 2008 presidential election.Read more
Experts on the Presidential Primaries: Researchers Offer Range of Perspectives, from the Political to Psychological
The Jan. 3 Iowa Caucus marks the formal start of the selection of delegates for the 2008 U.S. presidential election. The caucus serves as an early indication of which candidates may secure the nomination from their political party. Thirty-three states will hold presidential primaries or caucuses by Feb. 5.Read more