Likely voters in Texas identify the Texas-Mexico border as their top issue, a Quinnipiac University poll released this week found.
The midterm election, which is less than six weeks away, comes as Americans reel from two years of Democrat leadership in Washington, DC. The border crisis has worsened, and this remains the top issue for likely voters in the Lone Star State.
The survey asked respondents, “In your opinion, what is the most urgent issue facing Texas today: COVID-19, inflation, climate change, the Texas-Mexico border, health care, election laws, racial inequality, schools, crime, abortion, taxes, or gun policy?”
The Texas-Mexico border tops the list of issues with 38 percent choosing it. No other issue comes close, as abortion is behind by double digits, with 17 percent choosing that issue.
Inflation comes in third place with 11 percent identifying it as the…